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Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you today.Please bear with me a few moments while I review your question and respond.
The lender here controls this as to whether one or both are required on the note.Often it depends if one party has bead credit as to whether they want the other party on the note.Most cases the lender wants both parties in a refinance so both are on the hook.But I have seen cases where they would rather have only one.The lender makes the call, they have to approve the parties or they will not fund the loan.Most times it is both here as it protects the lender.
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The lender here determines whether they will allow you to refinance here with one party on the loan.If you reach a stalemate then you have right to file suit for partition and force a sale of the property.See if lender will allow the refinance otherwise you may be looking at a forced sale through partition here
what if the person on the land refuses to sign and his name is ***** ***** land/ however the loan at present is in only the wife's name.
If the lender will agree to only one person on the loan the refinance will go through.If not the only remedy for the other person here is a forced sale of the property through the courts.You can do a suit to partition and court ordered sale.The court would not order them to refinance here, assume a new debt but they will order a sale as a means to resolve this.