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I don't suppose you have a copy of the order handy, do you?
The court already gave the first claimant the opportunity to buy before March 2020 - and gave an order as to what should happen if that did not take place. Each party is entitled to 50% of whatever is left over after all disbursements have been paid (they are listed in the order).
The court dismissed his application because it had already dealt with the matter in the only way it could. There is no new order that the court can make in relation to that detail. What the court could do, if one of them applied because the other refuses to sell (i.e. sign) is to sign on that person's behalf.
Yes, get it up for sale at a price they agree, and the moment they have a secure offer on the property, he needs to apply to court for the judge to sign on her behalf.
No, the offer needs to be a third party - not him.
If the other party is refusing to sell to persons known to her, it makes sense for the person buying to be someone not known to her. Involving other family members is obviously what is causing delay in the matter.
The application form is an N244.
Then someone needs to explain that to the person resisting.
You can try that.
Make the offer, then apply to court if she refuses to sign. Not much else you can do at this stage.
The name of the shareholders and directors are a matter of public record. So easy to find.
Yes anyone can bid.
It says 'anyone' - without further definition in a court of law it would take its ordinary meaning.
No, her claim was dismissed. You can't have two bites of the same cherry in court.