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hi thomas chris parents i think
what happen we sold are house, then moved into this one, as chris father had no means to pay the morgage so we had papers draw up that the house was to be held in equile part for chris an my self as we said, there name at the time had to go on the morgage as that how the council would only sell as they where the tenents at the tome
hi my husbands father couldnt finance the right to buy we soley financed it an have payed the morgage all the time an we have payed all extentions for granny annexe an lately down stairs rear disabled bed room the agreement was that we allowed them to live in the annex for as long as they lived or after 5 years they obtained a council bungalow which ever came first
yes but chris mother sign an his father would not as both parents were tenents named
yes we have an hes wrote to hers but she wont instruct hers as we have said she know thinks that know chris dad has died that the property is all hers an refuses when chris speaks to her or chris elder brother she says that hes every busy to take her calls ? an what she says to XXXXX XXXXXer brother are two different things he very addiment that the property belongs to her even to the point that he tells me or shall we say swears at me that im not to park on the drive chris an his older brother have had the solisiter to the property to get things sorted an she just says when ready
yes they were in joint names the halifax have both there names myself as person to contact if anything was to be dissused an chris a garentue to pay the morgage every month chris parent were retired an had no capital only state pension
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