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What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

Separation is never easy, but if you and your former partner own property together, the situation can be even more complicated. If you have been living with a partner, but you are not married, the legal term is ‘cohabitation’. When cohabitees separate, they are not...
Identification

Identification

For many years now we have been battling with the growing risk of fraud, especially in the context of property transactions. There have been horror stories of people imitating genuine owners and completing the sale of a property before disappearing with the sale...
Hope for first time buyers

Hope for first time buyers

The Covid 19 pandemic had a significant negative impact on first time buyers. The market saw 90 to 95% mortgages close to being wiped out during lockdown and the months following, leaving first time buyers with smaller amounts of capital available to put towards a...