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I am afraid that the news is not good.
If you do not sign the Contract in its present form then the Court will sign it on your behalf - and you will be faced with a costs order for the privilege
You are not entitled to the details of the buyer (although I agree that there is no reason why you should not have those details)
If you wish to have details of where your ex is h=going and when then you are entitled to make an applictaion using the Children Act.
I am sorry not to be able to give you more palatable news - please ask if you need further details
What date was the Order made?
Have you evidence that you made the offer on the 8th?
Did you also notify her solicitor?
Why did you not tell her solicitors that you would sign when you were next in the UK?
You can certainly try and appeal the costs order on the basis that your ex knew on 8th June that you would sign the documentation
As a starting point write to her solicitors pointing out that you have evidence that she was aware that you had agreed to sign and saying that you will appeal if they do not agree NOT to pursue the costs
The problem is that the costs of appealing may well outweigh the amount that you save - so you should try and negotiate it first
Technically there is a possibility you could be sent to prioson - but only after you have had a chance to give your side of the matter to the court
No problems at all!
That is correct