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I am sorry to hear that your ex has not yet complied with the curt order in respect of signing the Transfer Form for the land to you.
As this was provided for in the court order then this should not be a long drawn out process for you as the court has already made its decision that he has to do this.
Here are some suggestions for you:
1) Speak to your ex directly and ask him to sign the TR1. If communications are open/amicable.
2) If you have a family solicitor dealing with the finances for you return to them. Ask them to write one short letter to him/ his solicitors asking him to comply. Give a short time frame - say 14 days. It can be included that if an application has to be made to court for his compliance the costs will be sought against him because his lack of compliance has resulted in you having to make the application.
3) If no joy with 1 and 2 - make an application to court. This will be a short application and should be dealt with in one short hearing ony. There isn't going to be any arguing about whether or not he should sign - the court will likley make him sign the form at the hearing.
Check your order - if your ex was particularly difficult in the proceedings then the Judge may have already made a provision in the order that a Judge can sign the transfer if your ex wont. This still involves an application to court.
The Judge will likely sign the form even if your the order didnt provide for a Judge to sign if your ex is being difficult.
If you have to apply to court - do seeks the costs for having to do this because oof his lack of compliance. Keep copies of the letters asking him to sign to support your application and also ask your conveyancing solicitors to provide you with copies of the letters they sent.
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