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1. In law, if your house is owned by you or jointly owned by yourself and your wife, then you may refuse your wife's boyfriend access to the house. This is because in law, an owner of a property can refuse non-owners access to the property. However, I would suggest that before you start attempting to refuse your wife's boyfriend access to the house, that you raise this issue in the mediation sessions with your wife so the issue can be thrashed out as a row is likely to develop if you simply start refusing access. Be aware that the upshot will be that you will not be able to bring a partner into the house should you seek to refuse to allow your wife to bring her boyfriend into the house. So, consider how you would like to live into the future. There is also the issue that one of you - yourself or your wife - will have to seek alternative accommodation if you split up.
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