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Is the house in joint names?
Then you are entitled into the house. You are even entitled in law to change the locks so that you can access the property. I would have a word with your solicitors to determine why they have not advised you of this. Please rate 4 or 5 stars.
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I don't agree that you solicitor is correct. You own the house. Its your house in law.
BTW there is no Trespass Act