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My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further details first.
What is it about the forms that worries you?
The second document is less of a problem.
In fact all it is asking you to acknowledge is that any claim you may have on the property will come second to the mortgage - this is a normal requirement where someone else will be living and potentially contributing to a property.
Your position can be protected by your daughter signing a Declaration of Trust after the completion confirming the equity is held on behalf of you both
The other document is more complicated and is about them being certain that the gift is a gift.
I cannot say how important it is without knowing the terms of the mortgage offer, but it may well be essential - however it is not necessarily a barrier - after all you could have signed it meaning it and then a week later matters change!
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