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All you''ve effectively done so far is stated that the property needs to be considered as part of financial proceedings, you haven''t specified what you want to happen to it.
As part of the court proceedings, you''ll be able to say what you want to happen (a chargeback) but your Ex will also have a chance to say what s/he wants to happen (sale). If you can''t reach agreement then the court will probably decide for you.
Or is the reality of the situation that it doesn''t really matter who ticks which boxes, as long as at least one party does apply to the court for financial orders?