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No it was a private agreement between them.
I presume they owned the property jointly but am not sure.
Father passed away in January 1998, My Mother is still alive.
Ok, I now understand the property is solely in my mother's name. I have Power of Attorney on her financial matters - does this change anything?
Yes, this is Lasting Power of Attorney
Yes I have financial LPA which means I can deal with the property on her behalf.
But does it mean that I own the property? (see above agreemnt between my parents)
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