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06 Aug 12 #347536 by Wits End6667
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Hi I am divorced and in April 2012 obtained a court order by consent to amend the deeds to land we have in Turkey from 50/50 to 66.66/33.33 in my favor to offset the value of assets. This was agreed in court and so ordered by the judge with a "to be completed by 30 August 2012 or as soon as practicable thereafter" in between the court order and today my ex has loaned money to one of her relations and now says she does not have the money to travel to turkey to implement the court order. As she had the money to fulfill her obligation to the court prior to lending it, would this be contempt of court ?

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06 Aug 12 #347685 by LittleMrMike
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In England it would be easy enough, all that has to be done is sign a transfer and you then register it and bob''s your uncle.

It might just possibly be the same in Turkey ; not knowing nothing about Turkish law, I can''t say.

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