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28-06-2012 14:28 #11Senior Member
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28-06-2012 14:43 #12
Another for asking the Police to attend with you. He won't be able to weasel out of it then.
28-06-2012 15:04 #13-
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If your pets are microchipped in just your name he has stolen them and must return them to you,
The police can attend the premesis at a time suitable for you both for you to collect your things from the premises as you have a court order in place.
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28-06-2012 15:13 #14
I called the police. They told me to call the sheriffs office. I called the sheriffs office and they told me to call the police but put me through to the court house to check and the court said I had to get my solicitor to take it back to the magistrate citing he had contravened the orders.
I like the idea of reporting the animals as stolen but while they're registered in my name, they're also registered to his address.
I've contacted my solicitor, just have to wait for her reply now.
I have asked XH to make everything available to me when I drop the kids off at his house tomorrow and told him that if I haven't heard from him by 4.30pm today I would go to the sheriffs office.
I know I won't hear from him. But now I think I'll take the court orders into the police station tomorrow and see if someone can be at the house when I drop the kids off to make sure he lets me get it.
The police did tell me when I called them that I needed a property return order as well as the court orders I have so I don't know that they can/will do anything.
28-06-2012 22:24 #15
Just an update for you guys if you're interested -
I got a text MSG from XH at 4.16pm (4.30pm deadline) just saying that he'd never said he wouldn't give me what I asked for and that he doesn't deserve to be spoken to the way I have lately.
I'm fed up with his lies and inconsistencies so yes, I got short with him and gave him a mouthful last night.
Anyway, it would seem I have put the wind up him because he has promised to let me have the photos and the pets tomorrow when I drop the kids off and would try to organise the other things over the next week.
I told him he had until 8th July to get it all sorted out and let me in the house or I would have no choice but to take it further.
So I guess we'll see. I really hope he comes thru on the promise with the photos and pets - I cant wait to spoil my dog and snuggle with my cat again :-)
28-06-2012 22:57 #16
I hope he's going to honor that and you can get your things xxx
28-06-2012 23:00 #17
I hope he follows thru with what he had promised. He sounds like he's being very immature!
28-06-2012 23:36 #18
i was going to suggest this and a PP has already ~ tell him the police are going to escort you to get the stuff/pets back. He may just give the stuff to you when he hears that, if not the police will indeed help. As long as you have the court order to show them, they should do, anyway. Sorry to hear of the distress you are being put through. Hope you work it out. I too would be devestated if I didn't have my son's baby pics. Good luck.
29-06-2012 00:01 #19-
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29-06-2012 13:24 #20
Hope it goes smoothly and you get your stuff back I dont understand why some ex's feel the need to be so difficult. Let us know how you get on with it all. xox
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