You can go to court with either an OSC or a Motion to enforce the Judgment. You simply tell the judge that your ex has not complied with the judgment and ask for an order compelling him to do what he is supposed to do. Of course, this will only work if he can do it. If your ex really cannot get the loan, you may have to simply sell the house.
Best of luck to you.
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You need a motion to enforce, or motion to compel. You should employ a local attorney to protect your rights.
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