Thank you for your patience. As the property is owned by you both, you are equally entitled to an interest in it. As such, he has no legal basis to exclude you from occupying it.
I asked you about domestic violence. As, you may be able to apply for an occupation order. if you are able to evidence he was abusive during the relationship There are instances where verbal abuse may give rise to domestic abuse, but , you would have to determine if you believe in this circumstance. I will give you some information below re applying for the occupation order, in the event you decide to take this route:
Applying for a home rights, may however be the most likely option for you, based on the information you have given. You can register your ‘home rights’ with HM Land Registry - this can help stop your partner from selling your home. This is very important, as you do not want your ex partner to attempt to do this without your consent. This will also allow you to continue to reside int he property until you both have to a decision about what to do with the property as a consequence of your separation.
Please see below information s to how to go about applying:
You may want to consider mediation. This is an amicable way for you both to discuss how assets should be divided between you both. It is cost effective and less litigious. Please see belwo link which may give you some indication as to local mediators in your area:
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