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I've had three valuations ranging from £95,000 - £105,000. There is approximately £96,500 on the mortgage. I have decorated throughout (new carpets throughout, new kitchen tiled floor, painted, tiled the bathroom, new electric heaters throughout as there's no gas to the property) I have had a partition wall put in to make it into a three bed. The mortgage is on interest only as I couldn't afford a repayment after the arrears were incurred at the beginning.
No, probably a few hundred if I'm lucky. Am I able to take him to court for his half towards the mortgage payments though as he hasn't paid anything since January 2008?
Could I ask, how do I go about selling the house as he's messing about with signing of documents to actually pit it on the market for sale (like he did last time, which resulted in me loosing a sale) what solicitor / court forms etc do I need?
Not yet, that was going to be my next step, but last time I put the house on the market, it got to the point of the last signatures to transfer the contract of sale (completion) and he did the same as he is doing now (saying he was moving away and didn't have time for this) which resulted in me loosing a sale. I just don't want all that to happen again as I'm wanting to move on etc.
I have informed him about what you advised, his response was as expected, that he has better things to do than to sign papers etc. what do I need to go to the courts with this as he is not going to sign over to the solicitor (his response when asked was 'good luck in that') so he is obviously making things very difficult for me (again) and I want to sell as soon as possible. Thanks.