Our expert says:
It's your home, belonging to both of you, and if his naughty younger brother's presence in it would trouble you, he needs to take this seriously. To blackmail you, by refusing to pay the bond, etc., to force you to accept his brother in your house, is unreasonable. YOu're not being selfish at all --- he is being selfish and thoughtless.
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