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Yes the declaration is in respect of property. It is between my parents, father deceased and 1 brother and 2 sisters. My mother still resides in the said property and the deed of trust would not be sought until my mothers death or sale of said property. The deed is for 4 equal shares in the property.
Sorry, Mother and Father joint, but father deceased, so now mother, son and 2 daughters, mother has changed her will and is stating that her solicitor has said if any of the parties cannot produce the original document than any claim would not be valid. Claim being upon Mothers death.
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Mother as far as I know.
Thank you for your information. I would just like to clarify one point please. My brother has his original copy of the Declaration of trust but the 2 sisters do not. The declaration clearly states all parties names i.e mother, son 2 daughters. So the 2 sisters will not have a problem due to them not having the original document?