If it's not there then you hold as tenants in common. I would check
check by downloading a copy of the register for the property from the Land Registry by paying a £4.00 fee:-
This will be a more recent copy of the register than the land certificate you hold.
If the entry is not there then you will need to executed a Land Registry TR1 transferring the interest from your husband to you and your husband. It is available from the LR website:-
And there are some guidance notes to help you:-
You can choose to hold your shares as joint tenants meaning that upon death of the first of you to die that person's interest passes to the survivior irrespective of any direction made in that persons will. If you choose to hold as tenants in common then you may hold in unequal shares and can execute a declaration of trust stating what percentages you own.
If you are to transfer for nil consideration then you do not need to inform HMRC. Once you have completed the TR1 form you will need to send it to the LR office dealing with the title together with completion Form AP1 (including the transfer and copy death certificate for his previous wife) together with their requisite fee.
You can contact LR's customer services regarding their fees and any further queries you have about executing the form, they are very helpful.
A copy of the amended title will be sent to you thereafter to confirm registration in both your names.
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