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Ok - what you have to do is get a Court order.
If you jointly own it, then you can seek an order for sale.
There would be a joint estate agent instruction and it would be sold.
They can't stop you selling your share.
Either they buy you out or its sold and proceeds split.
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You need to complete form N1:
Its the same as a debt form, but its the only form to issue a claim of this type.
Does that clarify?