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Hi, thanks for your question. Just a few more details required please:
-Are you married to your partner?
-Is your name on the title of the property?
Thanks for confirming. Legally he cannot keep your possessions and if he does not voluntarily allow you access to the property you will need to pursue an application to your local county court for an order requiring him to provide the property to you or to provide you access to the property.
In the circumstances I would suggest you write a formal letter requesting reasonable access at a mutually and convenient time and for both of you to bring an independent witness to support and inform him that if he does not agree to the proposals that you will have no choice but to pursue an application to court. This can be commenced using a form N1 and a £355 court fee to your local county court.
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