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I am going to your last response to mean that your name is not listed to be added to the deed.
Even if so, since this was purchased after marriage, it is considered community property. While under contract law, you are now a "tenant" on his property, under family law, the property is community property and you should have an interest in half.
Someone in your situation may wish to file for divorce, in order to get family doctrine involved. While the divorce is pending, one can ask that he be restricted from evicting (or asking her to evict) you from the property since it is a community property. And then again, the Court will decide who the property goes to, or, order it sold and then split the proceeds.
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