In a letter to the Council, the complainant alleged that twenty-seven months had passed since a judge ordered his ex-partner to pay the complainant his share of their house because he had moved out.

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In a letter to the Council, the complainant alleged that twenty-seven months had passed since a judge ordered his ex-partner to pay the complainant his share of their house because he had moved out. In the trial, the judge had stated that the ex-partner had two choices: pay the amount of money necessary to buy the complainant’s share of the house or stay in the house and pay him rent. Afterwards, the judge decided to have the ex-partner pay a monthly rent of $1,000 to the complainant which would be deducted from the profit made by the sale of the property.

Despite the Council recognizing the difficulties that the complainant was facing, the complaint did not relate to the Council’s mandate. The complainant was advised that he holds the right to appeal the decision through the appropriate courts. The matter was closed.

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