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If there is no mortgage on the property and you own it in your sole name then there is nothing preventing you legally from doing this. However, if you decide to proceeds then it would be wise to instruct a solicitor.
You would have to download and draft a Land Registry TR1 form from the land registry website:
You would then have to execute this with your mother.
If it is the case that you are transferring the property to your mother is in settlement of the debt that you owe to her then you will have to decide what amount to enter in the box of the transfer for the “consideration” of the transaction. It may be correct that you should enter the sum you are repaying in this box. If so, then your mother would have to submit a stamp duty return (and settle any stamp duty) so that the SDLT land transaction return can be submitted when you attempt to register it (it won’t be registered otherwise).
Also, you would want something in writing from your mother confimring that your debt to her is settled as a result of the transfer.
Once you have executed the transfer you would then have to submit form AP1 (from the above website) to the relevant land registry office with the transfer, SDLT5 (if applicable (ie if there was a consideration for the transfer) and the requisite land registry fee. You can work out the LR fee here:
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