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30 Mar 22 #519065 by notgettinganywherefast
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Can a new co-habiting partner be forced to provide their mortgage capacity either for themselves solely or jointly with their partner (the Applicant or Respondents) as part of the financial proceedings?

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30 Mar 22 #519067 by WYSPECIAL
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What purpose would it serve if they have no intention of buying a house?

The respondent and applicant have to exchange financial details but if there is a new partner who refuses to give their details to be passed on then then unless the court orders them to do so, which is unlikely, there is little that can be done.

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