My Court order states that a second property that we jointly own has to be transferred to my ex within 56 days of Decree Absolute. The 56 days was over months ago. He is claiming he cannot initiate transfer because he is not in a financial position to do so. (he has to pay all costs associated with transfer)
Can he get away with this it is in my interest to get it transferred asap, as it effects what I have to disclose in other financial areas and also will ultimately effect my CSA payments.
If I end up taking this issue back to Court what are the chances the judge will sympathise with my ex and let him off?
Thanks sulkypants. I have read through the link. I forget to mention the property is in France so alot of what''s in the link does not really apply.
I note though, that Dukey does state in his reply that it is enforceable if there is no good reason why the transfer has not taken place. Is the fact that he says he is not in a financial position to transfer it a good reason?
Thanks Dukey I have just done a bit of research and appears there are various taxes payable in transfering a property from one spouse to another in France and it does seem more involved than the UK, but there are plenty of UK solicitors who are used to dealing with this exact situation.
Its a bit odd though why he claims he cannot afford those costs when he has just submitted a planning application to build a two storey extension on to his £750k property. Strange that!!!