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You can't do that I'm afraid. If you and your wife are jointly named as registered propreitors (ie. owners) of the properties then both parties signature would need to be secured on the contract for sale and on the Land Registry Transfer form in order to convey the property.
This would be the case unless there was a court order to the contrary. As you are divorcing though you will have to come to a settlement over the matrimonial assets. Once you agree what should happen to the properties and/or a consent order at Court has been obtained then you can sell the properties in accordance with what you have been able to agree with your wife.
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