I'm also assuming that the I could apply for an order for him to comply with other suitable support that the mortgage company are offering, such as mortgage rescue schemes? That seems a huge way forward - such a pity the mortgage company have never suggested this is possible.
I've looked at form D11 - it asks for the details of who should be served with the application. How will the court deal with the fact that I don't know his address?
He does have a solicitor acting for his attempts at contact, but obviously they won't give me his details. Would the court be able to get details from them? I know he's not on the electoral register and he's not working - would they be able to trace him?
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