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If he is not minded to seek any kind of settlement from you and retains that position during the process then it will no affect your ability to obtain a divorce. If he is acting for himself then the Judge presiding will want to see him to make sure he understands the implications of not seeking a settlement.
Were he to change his mind then he could revisit the issue of financial settlement and obviously include the house in the negotiations, this would hold up divorce if you cannot agree a settlement and he issues ancillary relief proceedings.
A sundry point if you find a buyer and begin the conveyancing process then the Buyer will require your husband to sign the contract to confirm he will vacate upon completion. If he won't do this then this will cause problems with the conveyance.
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