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13 Sep 07 #3318 by scottishlady
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My x2b has just called - he said "I'm coming up, I'm moving back into my house"....He could be here in 3 hours....... I know he has every legal right to be here..... is there nothing I can do to stop him????
Karen.....

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13 Sep 07 #3319 by mike62
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Ring your solicitor now - not sure that you can stop him, unless he does something unpleasant. Would require a non-molestation order to stop him I think

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13 Sep 07 #3321 by scottishlady
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Thanks Mike...
I have rang the solicitors office (mine is still on holiday)... the fella who would be dealing with my case in her absence is in court - won't be back till 12ish...
Yes....I agree... I probably can't stop him.... he says his solicitor told him that he can get in by force if necessary... as long as he repairs the damage..... bugger bugger bugger!!!!!!!!!!

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13 Sep 07 #3322 by mike62
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So move anything sensitive, hide everything financial or of any value - off site if poss. Maybe pack a bag in case you decide you want to leave him to it
Mike

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13 Sep 07 #3325 by gone1
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Karen. Ring the police and explain the situation. They have a duty to prevent a breech of the piece. Tell them he will break in. See what they say. Chris.

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13 Sep 07 #3331 by scottishlady
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Thanks both of you....
I have just returned from taking documents etc to a friends house..... I have called the police - explained the situation.... the person said that if he tries to break in while I'm in the house he can be arrested... but he can break in while I'm not here...hmmmmm
I'm waiting for the solicitor to call me back.... (don't hold your breath Karen)... yes, I know they are busy people...
Thanks again both
Karen
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