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I think the agentmight be a bit of an idiot and needs to read some better law books.
They can onlysell the property if you both agree. In any event, unless you sign thecontract, the property is not sold!
Providedagreement with the agent has come to the end of its time, you can give notice.
I assume that thecourt order does not specify this agent is to be used.
Two contractswhich are separate can be deemed as joint but one party can authorisetermination.
The agent isbound by your instructions unless there is a court order to the agent.
If there is acourt order in existence for it to be sold at higher price, you breach thecourt order by removing it
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