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If the house registered in her name then you would not be able to register a charging order against the property. You can only enforce the judgement against his assets. Any application you attempted to make would hang on trying to establish that he had an gained interest in it under trust, which is very difficult to do, would be expensive and would certainly be defended by the wife. She would probably be successful.
If the property was transferred in to her name in order to defraud his creditors (ie you) then you may have a claim against it, as the Court has wide powers against such transactions. Do you know when she was registered as the owner of the property?
I can tell you how to check if you do not.
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