I’m not certain what you are asking here or what the problem is.
I also not clear on the facts.
You are not responsible for your husband’s debts.
Your name may not be on the tenancy agreement but it’s the marital home and therefore you are free to come and go as you like. You actually don’t have any liability for rental under the terms of the agreement but you do have a liability if you are in the property and he doesn’t pay and you remain when he has in effect moved out.
If you want to remain in the tenancy and the landlord is unwilling, you can apply to court for an occupation order which will replace you on the tenancy agreement but it will only replace you on the tenancy agreement until the landlord gives you notice.
If your husband spirits everything away including all your belongings and furniture et cetera and he won’t give you a key, you can make an application to court for an injunction to make him give you a key and if these are things which are essential to life, then you can make the application on an emergency basis and have a court order in a couple of days.
Can I clarify anything else for you?
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