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I am very sorry to hear that things did not work out as you had hoped. The divorce decree sold still be controlling as the decree determined the parties rights and obligations concerning marital assets and debt. One would have a right to the house as a tenant, not as an owner, meaning that the formal legal notices would be required i.e. notice to vacate. Generally it is a 30 day notice for what is essentially an implied oral lease. Only the owner may authorize repairs to the house unless the parties have a contrary arrangement. The court will not reconsider issues that were addressed during the divorce process unless there is a reason i.e. if one party did not fully disclose assets for example.
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