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The clauses relating to dismissal of Inheritance Act claims and Pension claims in any Order means that neither party can make a future claim against the Estate of the Other (after death) or against the pensions.
The Respondent cannot see the property without the consent of the Petitioner UNLESS there is a Court Order which states that the property is sold.
As to time limits again this depends on whether or not there is already a court Order.
These are the general points - if there is a specific order you need to have clarified then please tell me what you need to know and I will be happy to help
How much is the house worth and how much is outstanding on the mortgage?
What other asses and debts are there and what income do you each have?
How long have you lived together and what income do you each have