Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Was there a court approved financial settlement as part of the divorce, if so what are the terms?
-Whose name is ***** ***** in?
-What are estate agents advising about pricing?
What provision fod selling the property was made in the order, and does it state who will have conduct of sale? If possible can you attach a copy of the order here using the paperclip icon?
Do you recall who it said would have conduct of sale (whether it was sole or joint conduct?)
Thank you. As you have joint conduct of sale all marketing decisions must be agreed between you and pricing must be based on advice of estate agents to prevent yourself being considered unreasonable. In the event that such a decision cannot be agreedyou are both entitled to pursue a court application for the court to male a decision, but both your legal costs for such matter would likely be deemed excessive when compared to the price reduction that is sought.
His threat of seeking his costs from you is for the court to decide and will likely only be made if the court feels your conduct is unreasonable.
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