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I was granted liferent of my 160 year old cottage when my
I was granted liferent of my 160 year old cottage when my husband died eight years ago, with a 1/3 interest in the property when I move/sell or die. I've never received any trust documents, just a few… read more
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My parents moved their house into the 3 siblings names back
My parents moved their house into the 3 siblings names back in 2000, with them as life renters, and us as joint Fiars. Now my mother (sole survivor) has been moved into a residential care home (due to… read more
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We want to set up a liferent agreement under Scottish law
We want to set up a liferent agreement under Scottish law for my Mother to continue living at our property in Scotland until she dies or no longer needs it ( ie a care home ). The reason is, that in t… read more
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Antoni.....and my issue is liferenter leaving a property
Customer: Antoni.....and my issue is liferenter leaving a property … read more
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My mother has a life rent in her house with it being held in
My mother has a life rent in her house with it being held in fee for myself and 3 sisters. She has now moved to a care home and wishes to sell it so the funds can be used to pay her care fees. Do the … read more
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I am a liferent trustee by the terms of my sisters will, my
i am a liferent trustee by the terms of my sisters will, my niece and nephew who lived at the property both have downs syndrome, and have since moved to a more convenient flat and the property has bee… read more
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My father died two years ago but left his house in liferent
My father died two years ago but left his house in liferent to his partner. The title deeds are in my name and my solicitor holds them so the house gets transfered when the life rent ends. My question… read more
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My brother and I have joint Power of Attorney over our mothers
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i am a fiar ishare with the liferent he only pays a share
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Our stepmother has been left life rent of the house and contents
Our stepmother has been left life rent of the house and contents in our father's will. My sister is the fiar. Our step mother has denied any access to the house since just after my father's will becam… read more
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My sister in law has liferent in my house in Scotland. Can
My sister in law has liferent in my house in Scotland. Can I rent out one of the bedrooms to earn some money as she pays me nothing by agreement, or can I make her pay me rent now.… read more
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Scenario: My husband dies.This is a second marriage. We each
Scenario: My husband dies.This is a second marriage. We each have children from our first marriage. The house is left half to me and half in life rent with the beneficiaries being his grownup children… read more
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A Scottish solicitors office is acting as trustee of my deceased
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Ive lived in property owned by my mother since 1991. When
I've lived in property owned by my mother since 1991. When she dies the property is to be shared four ways including my own share. What are my rights as someone currently living in the property? Am I … read more
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I have a property in livingston it is a 3 bedroomed semi detached
I have a property in livingston it is a 3 bedroomed semi detached house in good order, I am the owner of the property , however my father has a life rent agreement written into the title deeds , he li… read more
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i have been left liferent of our home in my husbands will but
i have been left liferent of our home in my husbands will but two daughters from his previous marriage want it to be sold if he predeceases me in scottish law can I be left without a home… read more
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My sister & I own a semi-detached property in Glasgow which
My sister & I own a semi-detached property in Glasgow which was left to us by our late father. Some years ago he set up a "life rental" in favour of himself & my step mother. Sadly he died in 2006 & m… read more
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Is it a good idea to put our house into a trust to avoid it
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