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Can he sell without my consent?

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25 Oct 07 #5243 by deve
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We agreed from the start of our split to sell the FMH and he signed the papers to let it go on the market with the estate agent and the solicitor.

However, we have another rental property which was purchased during our relationship (whilst living together) a year or two before we married which had been for rental investment. The mortgage is in his sole name, but I see it as a matrimonial asset. I have since found out that he has put the property on the market when he promised that it will be rented until at least the end of the divorce...he has requested that a sale board not be put up incase I drive past and see it!LOL

Can he do this without my consent?

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25 Oct 07 #5245 by LittleMrMike
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Yes, in my opinion. If you want to prevent him selling the property as a means of avoiding or limiting his obligations to you, you should see a solicitor and discuss the property of an order to prevent the sale pending resolution of the finances.

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