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Yes, you would need to register a home rights notice with HM Land Registry - which will place a restriction on the deeds and should stop a sale - until you are divorced though you should ask the family court for a financial order to deal with the matrimonial property as part of your divorce.
For the home rights notice, please click here: https://www.gov.uk/stay-in-home-during-separation-or-divorce
As for a financial order, you can apply for one once you receive decree nisi - here is the link to give you further details :
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The fact you are married means you have a right to claim a share of any assets including the property. You may wish to seek legal advice on this (we don't give legal advice as we are not a law firm - we are an internet forum so we are limited to giving online information and guidance only, from a legal standpoint). You can find a local family law solicitor on this site: https://solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk/