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It depends whether she is willing to accept a promissory note, they are not really that secure to be honest. Ideally, you would want a loan agreement in the same way that you would with an actua bridging loan company. You can ask your conveyancing solicitor to either draw the terms up for you or refer you to someone who could.
The reality is that if the loan is expressed in writing in a document that you both understand is legally binding and you execute it then she will be able to sue you for the money if it is not repaid under the terms of the loan agreement.
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