An order for sale has been made by consent, with the net proceeds to be divided in accordance with the terms of the order. At the time the order was made, party A did not think they could remortgage the property in order to pay a lump sum to party B. They have now been approved for a remortgage, and will be able to pay the same amount to party B as under the terms of the order. Can party A make an application under section 24A(1) of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 to vary the terms of the order for sale, so that the property is sold to them instead of a third party? The parties have received an offer on the property and party B wishes to proceed with the sale to a third party. So long as party A can show that they have a mortgage offer, and that they can complete quickly, is there any reason why the court would reject their application?