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Forcing sale of house?

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youokayhun Wed 07-Feb-18 17:38:30

Can anybody help with regards to what form I would need to complete to force a sale of a house and how I would work out fees. I've wasted so much money on solicitors to no avail and I am now desperate

Familylawsolicitor Wed 07-Feb-18 18:52:39

Who owns the house?

MrsBertBibby Wed 07-Feb-18 19:52:28

And is this a married situation?

youokayhun Sun 11-Feb-18 22:10:10

Myself and ex partner, joint owners never married

MrsBertBibby Mon 12-Feb-18 07:52:26

You need to decide if you are a part 7 or part 8 claim. Here is a fairly simple summary.

If there's no complications about claiming more than half, then part 8 is probably the one. The summary here is helpful

elizabethdarlington.co.uk/cpr-part-7-or-8-which-part-applies-to-claims-under-tlata/

Court fee I think will be £308.

MrsBertBibby Mon 12-Feb-18 07:53:04

I assume you don't already have an order for sale?

youokayhun Mon 12-Feb-18 12:14:59

No, my ex has dicked about for a long long time, ignoring solicitors letters, point blank refusing to sell, making petty buy out offers, he's now made one which I accepted at a loss for it to just be over but he still hasn't come through with it and I'm at the end of my tether! I really appreciate your help and advice!

youokayhun Mon 12-Feb-18 12:17:05

I have actually viewed both of those forms before, I find the fact they are essentially blank confusing and have no real idea about completing them sad

prh47bridge Mon 12-Feb-18 13:01:33

If you look on the court and tribunal form finder you will find "notes for claimant" for both forms. These tell you how to complete the form.

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