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no he did not contribute to any of the capital to the purchase of the house as i had it six years before we ever met.
He is stating that he did £50,000 worth of work to the house which is not true. An extension was built to provide a bedroom for his son I firmly told him at the time that i could not financially recoup him for this but he said he did not want any involvement with the ownership of the house as he never wanted any creditors to be able to take his house away (as he was always in trouble with paying creditors and even made himself bankrupt) .
yes I do need the equity from the house to purchase my new House. How easy is it for him to register a restriction? as on the forms it say's "owner," and he is clearly not and we have never been married,, surely it can't be that easy, else anyone could do it to anyone. until a restriction is registered can i legally sell, even though i have received a letter from his solicitor? Thank you