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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    Perfect. You can just leave.

    If you have a joint account, apply to get the bond paid back into that when he is overseas and keep it for yourself.

    If he is anything like my ex he will work hard to screw you over financially during settlement so you may as well take the money if you can.
    That is a fabulous idea!! Imagine him coming home to you all gone! He won't expect it and you'll finally have a sense of control!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    That is a fabulous idea!! Imagine him coming home to you all gone! He won't expect it and you'll finally have a sense of control!
    He's already left

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuffledPansy View Post
    He's already left
    I think she means coming back from his holiday and you are no longer in the house at all.

    I agree with using google. Contact The Salvos etc. They really are so helpful finding accommodation and can help out.

    Legal Aid is needed now too.

    How are your kids?

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    He walked out last Wednesday. ...

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    Hi RuffledPansy, i am hoping you are going okay. Do you have a plan for your housing moving forward. If the lease is in his name, he has to pay for it, however he can also end the lease when the lease is up. Do you think he would do that? Are the two of you on talking terms about big issues such as this? Even if you are, please keep trying to secure your position on your own terms. On step at a time. You can do it.

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    The house is leased in his name and the lease has finished ...

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    Have you got some legal advice yet?

    You can leave, as well. Even though he walked out the door, you don't need to stay in that house. You just need to find out where you stand in terms of rent etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuffledPansy View Post
    The house is leased in his name and the lease has finished ...
    When did it finish? How are you still living there? Has the bond been refunded yet? Have the owners been showing through new tenants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    When did it finish? How are you still living there? Has the bond been refunded yet? Have the owners been showing through new tenants?
    It sounds like she is on a month to month lease like we are. It's often better for the tenant as they aren't bound and only have to give a few weeks notice to move out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    It sounds like she is on a month to month lease like we are. It's often better for the tenant as they aren't bound and only have to give a few weeks notice to move out.
    A periodic lease then. Makes sense now. It all sounds like it makes it far easier to leave then, especially if you can get that bond back yourself


 

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