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occupation order (2 Posts)
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04 October, 2017 05:33AM
occupation order
5gleneagles - 04 October, 2017 05:33AM
I'm going through a messy divorce and now my solicitor has left her job so I'm temporarily without legal advice.

A few months ago we had a court case when my spouse wanted to move back into the marital home, having been out for 9 months.

The judge awarded me an occupation order It is effective until the "Financial Remedy Order is in place and implemented". I have always believed that this would cover any period until the final payment has been made. Now my spouse says that the implementation will be deemed to have taken place when the first payment has been made

We are in dispute about the timing of payments rather than the amount and looking as though we are going to a final court hearing to resolve this and produce a Financial Remedy order(it's crazily expensive).

Spouse says that if an Order provides for staged payments, implementation will be deemed to have taken place once the first stage has been met.

Is this correct?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/10/2017 10:01AM by 5gleneagles.
Re: occupation order
Ragini44 - 08 October, 2017 10:29AM
I even don't have better knowledge on this. But interested to get some more info. Thanks!
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