You can apply for an Occupation order for that property.
An occupation order is a court order which specifies who is and who is not able to live in the family home and/or who can enter the surrounding area. An occupation order can also be used to gain the right to return to the family home.
You will need to show some sort of connection to the property that you want to be included in the occupation order.
Note that you do not necessarily have to own the house. If you are renting, you can apply for an occupation order in regard to that house.
If the property is jointly owned , then you can ask court for transfer of tenancy orders too.
Courts can consider factors such as the housing needs of those involved in the order (and any children involved) and the behaviour of the applicant and the respondent.
The impact upon the health (both mental and physical) of those involved, can also be considered.
Transfer of tenancy can be applied with the Occupation orders by you can apply for everything in one form, the FL401.
If you were involved in a violent/abusive relationship, then there is no court fee to pay .
Please click below for the relevant form FL401 for applying for Occupation orders-