My lawyers have often chased his lawyers and they keep saying "he will pay it shortly" but he hasn't . My lawyers are now writing a letter saying that if he doesn't pay in few days, then we'll go for enforcement.
My ex sent a draft of the charge as he accepted in the consent order that he would prepare it and pay for its costs.
I attach here the letter I have just sent my lawyers. Hope it will help you to understand the situation:
"Sorry if I bother you again with my doubt but I need to clear it. I am very concerned that Benny could have arranged all to flee the country. You can call me paranoid but the problem is that I know how sociopaths think and behave and you don't (luck you). For them the most important thing is to WIN and they will go to extremes with this purpose (to win). Before the split, he was already keen to live abroad for taxes reasons, so it wouldn't cost too much for him to spend some years abroad, just for the pleasure of not paying me and feel as the "winner". Look what has happened with Nigella Lawson, you are probably aware that she was unfairly kicked out of their house although he was the wrong one. He's a sociopath, equal Benny and has already told that he won't give her a coin. This case is equal to what happened to me and Benny, same story. Sorry if you think it's stupid, but I need to solve this doubt. If he flees the country, he won't pay and that's it. Or can police arrest him abroad? As for the charge on the house, if he runs away, can we apply the charge, even if he's not in the country? More, I am afraid that if it happens, I will never see the first payment as it isn't guaranteed by the house. James, you already told me that he has no way to scape, but you are considering that he will stay in UK. I want to know what happens if he leaves the country. I ask you please to be understanding, I know you are, but I feel as if I am going crazy. Looking forward to hearing from you. Kindest regards, Gianna"
I hope you have here the information you need.
I will wait for your reply tonight.
Thank you for your reply, but I still have this doubt: the change on the house guarantees just payment 2 and 3. There isn't a charge on the first payment. You mean that they will sell the house to pay all 3 instalments (inclusive payment 1) ?
Ok, thank you very much for your help.
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