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Hello, my name is Marcus.
I presume the family home is in your wife's sole name.
On the basis that you have a Matrimonial Home Rights notice registered in your favour means that the house cannot be sold without your permission.
Just one observation is thst a Matrimonial Home Rights Notice can be removed once a Decree Absolute at which time a caution can be registered instead.
If you want to protect your interest in a property then you do it by either a matrimonial home rights notice if you want married or a restriction - sorry not caution - at any other times.
As you are married then a Matrimonial Home Rights Notice is the best way to protect your interest.
I just commented that a MHRN can be removed when a Decree Absolute and it that happens we can register a restriction to continue your protection.
Technically not but it should only take a few days for your application to be registered.
It is unlikely that she can do a great deal in that time.
It maybe worth calling the Land Registry. The longest I have known it has taken is 5 days.
Thank you. Marcus.