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An old argument which is more theortical than practical...
Is there an Occupation order made which prevents you from occupying the property?
Think of the positives.....if he is waged..there can be no SM (Spousal Maintenance)!!
Dont leave it too long jacko otherwise you will paying wonderful Capital Gains Tax on any proceeds you receive as it is not your principal private residence.