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Hello for clarification - how many times have you asked him to remove his items?
is the vehicle at your home or just registered there?
do you have his contact numbers?
If he owns the property jointly with you, then he doesn’t have to visit the property and he is free to come and go as he wishes and have his belongings in the property. If you don’t get on with him or he is untidy or has junk all over the place and refuses to move it and as a result, the relationship has gone sour, the only remedy you have is to sell the house and go your own ways.
If you have dependent child or children (I don’t know what you mean when you talk about your “current cold arrangement order”) then you may be able to hang onto the property until such time as the youngest child reaches 18 and is no longer dependent but that would be subject to him having the right of occupation which may be an issue if there has been any allegation of domestic violence.
Otherwise, there is no remedy that I think a court would grant you to compel him to tidy his belongings and the vehicle while the property remains in joint names with no other issues between you.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
I’m sorry, bad choice of partner. You could potentially apply for an occupation order https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1996/27/section/33 but it’s unlikely the court would grant it with no domestic violence just because you don’t want him there any more and he is untidy unless you can prove this was all having detrimental effect on children’s welfare
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