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I was made to sign a trust deed which I did not understand…

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I was made to sign a trust deed which I did not understand and had no independent legal advice

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How can i revoke this it was only done a few hours ago

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I signed a trust deed to hold shares of a property and also another to allocate shares to someone in another property

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Solicitor: Thomas, Lawyer replied 2 years ago
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Hi

What does the trust deed say please?

Who is the registered owner of the property?

Tom

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
The property is owned by my brother in law and he is giving me an apportionment of shares in the property to recompense what is owed to me
Solicitor: Thomas, Lawyer replied 2 years ago

Okay.
What share were you intended to get in the property? What percentage?

What does the trust deed actually say?

Tom

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
50%
The trust deed stipulates that I will have 59 % share holding in ge property
I need to rescind it and it hasn't yet been registered
Solicitor: Thomas, Lawyer replied 2 years ago

You are trying to rescind a document that gives you a greater interest in a property (59%) than was intended (50%). Correct?

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
I don't need a phone call
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