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No, you will simply need to show that you are one and the same person by producing, say, a copy of your marriage certificate showing both names. The purchaser will only be concerned with whether you own the property and hence can pass ownership of it.
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Just to clarify, do I need to have my married name changed to my maiden name on the property deeds before I sell or just produce the marriage certificate and perhaps my birth certificate together?
You do not need to change the deeds, just produce your marriage certificate which should have your maiden name and married name to complete the paper chain.