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hi jo yes the id1.my daughter and myself went to the land registry.they say it must be signed by a solicitor or notary. my ex wife will not go to a solicitor she changes addresses and names every six months.what please can we do when she will not visit to sign,so the property can be changed legally.to the correct names.i have a deed of trust which was written by a solicitor in swansea-now deceased-in 2004 transferring the property to my daughter .at the age of 18
jo i know that there is no way any solicitor will see her or her passport/utility bill.a solicitor wrote to one of her addreses for me 2 years ago.what i want to know is can i do anything myself -with paper work to a court -she signed an id1 for my daughter we have her passport number -ive done all the paper work and to pay a solicitor to send letters and not get a reply is a waste of timeall i want is a propert y transfereed to my daughter as stated by the legal deed of trust.
the deed of trust was written and signed 10th july 2004. i was in hospital but am still alive.it transfered the property in to joint names of my then wife and her mother.she is now my ex wife and her mother has died.it states.as tenants in common upon trust for my daughter aged 10 and acknowledge that we will transfer the property to her absolutly upon her turning the age of 18 years. i have the mothers death certificate, they both signed as a deed. and i have done all paper work id1,.all i need to know is without her being seen by a solicotor/notary what can i do--do i swear before a court or what please.she signed the id1 with signature,passport number and photo.but will not visit a solicitor
hello jo now we are getting somewhere
1 a solicitor wrote three letters to her---she didnt reply i paid his bill
2 her soliciror for divorce cant get any reply from her
3 she has changed her name in last 2 years 4 times plus changing address every 6 months.
4 do i get this specific performance order from the county court then please
5 if she wont reply to solicitors lettors then should i put advert in local paper.to contact her solicitor
6 she wont visit solicitor as she has thieved from the last four employers
ive just come from county court office and could they have a number of the form for the order of specific performance--as they cant find it