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Does the ex-partner have the right to enter my home without my permission?

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  • Does the ex-partner have the right to enter my home without my permission?

    I live in a house co-owned by my ex-partner I have a question as to whether the co-owner of the home (ex-partner) can enter the house or try to live here in a situation where?:
    - We have been divorced for four years, we have no children
    - The ex-partner moved out four years earlier and has not lived in this house since,
    - He does not pay any bills related to the house, such as mortgage, taxes, water rates, etc.,
    - No agreements have been made on the division of the property (I tried twice, but he always backed out at the last moment).
    - I live alone in the house and pay all the bills and the mortgage.

    In this situation, does the ex-partner have the right to come in when he likes or tries to move in and live in this house?
    -If he comes in and I want to see the house inside, do I have the right not to let him in?
    He threatens me that he will come with the police or come in when I am not there.
    Thank you for your answers in advance.

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