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My ex Husband refuses to pick up his furniture as per the date

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My ex Husband refuses to pick up his furniture as per the date specified in final orders. he has given me dates at least a week later. I do not want to be seen condoning a break of orders. He has been informed by letter. What do I do?

A week delay is not that much of an issue in the eyes of the court.

Allow him to pick up the items and have the matter resolved.

You are not breaking the orders, nor is he really. A delay of a week is not an issue.

If you do not allow this,mthe court may actually frown upon you so I would best advise to try and resolve it swiftly and allow the delay, but just for a week.

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