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If the property has sold then it is no longer yours event though it is still in your name. However, what the court will take into consideration is the proceeds from this sale. However, in rare circumstances, the court do have the power to put a security over the house in association with the dept which would mean that the property wouldn't be able to be sold. However, it would depend on the circumstances of the sale, the amount of debt owed etc.
Not exactly, I can't obviously speak about what the action the court will take, however, I would be surprised if they intervened in any way with the sale of the house especially since you are in receipt of the proceeds from this sale. However, if the situation is that the deem you liable for any such sums of money, then they will perhaps make you pay this with the sale proceeds from this sale. I would be surprised if they did anything in relation to the actual sale of the house.
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