Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.Is there any reason why she is refusing please?
Yes, if it was shared then he has a right to it.
He needs to write and ask for access to get his share or say he will go to Court and seek a Court order.
If she refuses then he has a choice. Sue for half the cost (which may be cheaper) or seek an Order making him get half.
If she refuses then he can seek a court order.
He would need to issue proceedings using form N1:
If its just the money element he can do that online at: www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
But if he wants access he will need form N1 and he cant do that online.
The Court will issue the claim then send a copy to her.
Depending on whether she admits it the matter could be set down for a hearing
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No not really. Its shared furniture.
Does that clarify?
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My name is ***** ***** i have been a solicitor for more than 30 years
In fact since your son is named on the Tenancy he has the right to access the property whenever he wishes - and should contact the landlord if he need sto use a locksmith.
He is entitled to remove any items that are his alone or purchased by him with his on funds.
He cannot remove anything that belongs to her or that was purchased with joint funds
Please ask if you need further details