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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Who remains living in the former matrimonial home?
-Who has conduct of sale and who has been dealing with the estate agents?
-What is she doing to disrupt the sale?
Thank you for confirming. In these circumstances you will need to apply to court to enforce the order for sale. Her conduct is not appropriate and you may wish to request that you have conduct of sale and that you are present when there are viewings.
The application can be made to court under form D11 and a £155 court fee.
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I cannot recall any of the top of my head, however you would be best to rely on her requirement to comply with the court order. Breach of a court order and intentionally preventing a sale will be considered a breach for which there are consequences if you were to pursue a committal application - she could be liable to her assets being seized, a fine or imprisonment for contempt of court for not obeying and order.