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If the house is in joint names then each party has a right to occupation (inc key) which neither can deny the other unless there is an order of the Court in place relating to the divorce or as a result of criminal or civil proceedings relating to the other's conduct.
He has a right to a key I'm afraid as he is still the joint registered proprietor.
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