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Yes there was a mortgage on the property,
A friend who is a Solicitor drew up an agreement at the time that we both signed it. It stated that on receiving 10K the property was transfered over to her sole name, the document was witnessed. I can scan and email this to you if this helps.
No its not called a declaration of trust.
Some further info: I've just gone through my records and found a letter from her solicitor with a photocopy of the TR1 which I have signed and witnessed.
I just called her solicitors and they said that she never completed (didn't bother sending them all the info) and this must be why I'm still on the title deed.
So I did sign the forms as requested by her solicitor but she hasnt bothered to finish things off.
What should happen next? Should I ask her to complete the process? Is she responsible for this slip up or are we both responsible?
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