Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
May I ask why you did not obtain your own valuations?
I am afraid that the Order did not come into force until the Decree Absolute which means that whilst your ex has not acted promptly neither has the delay been excessive assuming that it is marketed within the next fortnight.
It is also not possible to say than "material facts have changed".
All that has changed is that you have now checked and realised that you may have been misled.
THAT is the potential basis of any application that you might consider.
You shoudl write a calm letter saying that in the absence of copies of the valuations you have no choice but to assume that they do not exist and that instead you were induced to make a disadvantageous settlement based on a deliberate misrepresentation
Unfortunately if they do produce the valuations you will struggle to overturn the order as you could have obtained your own valuation- you simply chose not to.
Please ask if you need further details
Sadly no - "forthwith" means after the Decree Absolute
My profound apologies - you are correct and I mis read it.
This creates a very different position
Whilst it does not change the position on the valuations it does change the position on enforcement and you should add a paragraph saying that if the property is not on the market within seven days then you will apply to the court for an order that your ex vacates the property so that you can have conduct of the sale.
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details - and I am sorry for my error