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You mean Schedule 1 of the Children Act under which you have a duty to help house the child until the child is 18.
However if the property was sold she would have sufficient equity, with the sale of her other property, to purchase an alternative home so there is no basis on which it would change the situation as we have previously discussed
Are you now willing to agree a sale?
Yes - sell the property on the open market
I am so sorry - I lost this from my list and have just been sent it again by Customer services
Yes you can indeed force a sale of the property if you wish to do so - and it would certainly solve the current problems
I cannot begin to guess what Court action she is hoping to take - unless she is apply for an order for sale herself
Just to remember - she already has another property that she could sell doesn't she?
So if both properties were sold she would have enough to purchase another property?
Yes you can force a sale using the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act - and the Court can set a minimum sale figure - and you can certainly purchase at the going rate (if yours is the highest figure)
You can read more here
Yes you can if you wish - the starting point is a formal letter asking him to agree to the sale - more details on the link I sent you
Then the form you need is here
No the court can only order a sale - not decide which one of you should be able to buy it
Yes they can set that kind of control up