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Let me see if I can help. Whilst there are no guarantees into the world of what judges think (different judges can come to different views on the same facts) the deed of trust if properly drafted would be the document which the court would seek to rely upon rather than reinvestigating the entire matter. One of the factors which supports this argument is that the court will not have considered matters such as rental which you would arguably be entitled to from him for the fact that he has lived in the property alone. As such I rather think that they would work on the basis of your entitlement to your 10%. Please rate.
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