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Non Compliance with court order

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27 Sep 12 #358264 by wadeyh
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In Court at the final hearing the judge granted an order whereby I have to pay my ex husband £2000 over 2 years and in exchange he has 28 days to sign over the former marital home to me. He has now had 2 months & despite solicitor requests he is refusing to provide the ID & signatures my conveyancing solicitor requires - I am unsure what to do next as he has already had his first 2 payments from me so I am keeping my side of the order.......:(Any ideas?

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28 Sep 12 #358315 by maisymoos
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Hi you will need to go back to court to get the order enforced. Keep fulfilling your side, and ensure you apply for costs.

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28 Sep 12 #358324 by QPRanger
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Yep: and don''t be surprised if it takes a good few months to get another court date and your ex complies the day before and the judge finds this acceptable....I''m talking from experience.

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