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Husband is not abiding by the court order

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2 years 11 months ago #498176 by rachelmiller
Replied by rachelmiller on topic Re:Husband is not abiding by the court order
Just to be clear, the court is very unlikely to force a sale of the property if he can buy your interest for an acceptable price. Even though an order for sale has been made, he's still entitled to bid for the property. It's difficult to decide what is an acceptable price without testing the market. But it doesn't seem that there is a large variation in the estate agents' advice. If he made an offer based on the mid figure of £512.5 K, that would deserve serious consideration, looked at objectively. A judge will look at things objectively. Don't forget as has already been pointed out that a sale to a third party will incur significant fees and possibly delay too. It could be that you're better off by accepting a lower bid from him, if it means avoiding sale costs and settling quickly so that you can move forward

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