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Good morning, welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and I have reviewed your question for you. Where a joint owner is being obstructive and is preventing sale you may be left with no option but to apply for an order for sale of the property. Mediation is an option if you all agree to engage and it is bound to be Cheaper and to take less time to conclude. I would recommend using CEDR as they are much cheaper mediators and wealth of experience. Give the difficult joint tenant the choice to mediate and say if she does not respond within 5 days you will have no option but to apply to court for an Order for sale and you will seek your costs. Any clarification please do not hesitate to send your follow up question. All the best.