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how long were you together and married in total?
why is he in property and not you?
any children under 18?
and are you prepared to force the sale?
I don’t how long the pension company are going to come up with the CETV and that may be correct or it may not.
Complete the form because if it does end up in court you are going to have to do it anyway.
However you need to wait until he has is completed and then exchange them.
You need to remember that you can do what you like between you, without filling any forms in, if you are in agreement as to what’s happening with the finances.
A person is not responsible for the mortgage or rent or the bills of a house that they do not live in although they remain liable to the lender or landlord if the other person stays in the property and doesn’t pay the mortgage or rent.
In that case, the non-occupier would be entitled to recover any mortgage or rental payments made by the non-occupier, from the occupier within the finances of the breakup of the relationship/marriage.
So you may want to consider stopping paying the mortgage because that may focus his mind about selling if he is struggling to pay it.