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A stay against enforcement proceedings

  • Deputy Dawg
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25 Jul 12 #345285 by Deputy Dawg
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Part of my husband''s court order with his ex wife is that on remarriage she has to sell the house. She has now remarried and refuses to entertain the notion of selling the house.

We have a date for an enforcement hearing and are representing ourselves. The ex wife''s solicitor says that they will put in for a stay to be heard at the same time as the enforcement hearing (I''m not sure on what grounds - remarriage seems fairly conclusive!).

Can anyone please tell me if we will be notified that they other side have applied for a stay? And, if so, how long before we are likely to be notified. We haven''t had anything yet.

Help appreciated. Thanks DD

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25 Jul 12 #345302 by dukey
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Don`t worry too much, i don`t have huge experience of enforcement but in the few i have the respondent has always tried to vary set aside discharge bla bla bla, what tends to happen is the judge will consider the enforcement and then the add on application if they have time.

Seems fairly simple to me, you marry you sell, what possible defense could there be, can you find out and post then maybe more targeted advice can be given.

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