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Third party overseeing house

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11 Jul 12 #342614 by tinkerbell123
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I received a very threatening letter from ex''s lawyer stating they will raise court proceedings to have a third party oversee the sale of the property unless I sign it over to him (for a ridiculous amount).
What does this mean - what does this person do and where do they magically find buyers from? The house has been on market for well below home report value but there are just no buyers there. Surely the sensible option is to have the house revalued and it is signed over for that value. I was not able to negotiate my pension CETV so how can he expect to negotiate this - cake and eat it?

I really want to write back and say ''Stop bullying and threatening me!''

I will happily sign it over to him but not at a huge loss. What to do?????

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