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If you are solely named as the registered propreitor then the property is yours. If there was no declaration of trust confriming that you owned the property but your father/others retained an interest in the equity in the property OR any other contract which stating your father had an interset or that you should pass the proceeds of sale to him then you are free to deal with the property because you are the sole owner and the property is unemcumbered.
The registered title cannot be changed without the consent of the registered proprietor (ie. you), your family would not be able to do anything without you signing the necessary transfer forms or without a court ordet that the property be transferred.
It will be for your purchasers/their solicitors and surveyors to check that the property was built according to planning permision. If they make enquiries you must answer honestly (otherwise you could be sued) but it is their responsibilty to check.
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