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30 Jun 12 #340014 by mykids
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Hi, bit of an emergency question!!!!

I have a court order from my final hearing that says my ex husband was supposed to vacate the former matrimonial home by today. That I was liable for all bills as of today. I have just been round to the house and he is still there. Just moving his stuff today. Where do I stand????? Do I have to just sit and wait???? Probably till tomorrow at least????? or, because of the court order can I have the police there with me so I can get into the property???? I can not speak to him due to the DV and that I have a restraining order against him. Please help!!!!!

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30 Jun 12 #340028 by Jenniferisathome
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Hi. I would say that if the court order states BY 30 June, then he should have been out my midnight 29 June. He is just pushing boundaries, most probably to agitate you. Probably expecting you to turn up with the police to force the issue - and will know he has "rattled/aggravated" you. Could you call at yr local police station, for someone to look at the wording of the order? They may be better placed to advise you.

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30 Jun 12 #340029 by dukey
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Its the interpretation of the order that will be the problem, what is the exact wording?.

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