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Who is the legal owner of the property.
Ok I understand that, somehow can I assist?
The police will not want to know as it is not a criminal matter.
Yuor husband is owner of the property so can rent it, especially if it is empty.If you are divorcing, then the easiest way to resolve this would be to claim for half the rent during any financial settlement.The property is up for sale, so you could ask the solicitors who deal with the sale to draft the sales contract so you both get your share of the rposeeds with you also receiving extra to cover your half of any rental income, that would need his consent of course, but that is also an option.
That would really be the quickest and easiest way to resolve the problem.
They were likely simply following instruction form your ex.
Not really anything you can do there
Then terminate your agreement with them if they have breached it and go to a new agent.
What made the agreement with the agent you or him?
Then they likely assumed it was a joint decision to rent. Speak to them and see what they say.
Then really your complaint is with your ex, not the agent, they are simply being caught in the crossfire between you.
Speak to the lawyer dealing with the sake and sort it that way.
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