You can make a further application in the same proceedings using the same method.
The last time I was involved with one of these, the person who was subject to the order was absolutely refusing to deal with it and attended court in objection.
The judge executed the documents.
So your application would be that in default of your ex-partner signing the forms as ordered by the court under the order and the date, it's an application for the court to execute the transfer deed in her stead and you need to ask the court for the cost of the application.
You need to write to your ex-to say that if she doesn't sign the necessary documents by a particular date, you will make an application to court without further notice, to ask the court to execute them and you will ask the court to award the cost of the application against her.
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Because there is an order which has not been complied with, would not need consent but you do need a witness statement which confirms everything that you've done to try to get your ex to sign the documents and that you've given warning of the potential court application.