Get it properly drafted to protect your interests. Also I doubt the solicitor and lender will accept a diy job.
Just think if it does go pear shaped it will most likely be you who loses out. It is you money.
Go a step further and insist that a restriction is put on the title in your favour. This way any future dealing will require you written consent. So if it is a term that the money is repaid on sale a sale will not be registrable without your consent which is conditional on repayment.
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The lender would want to see a proper and professionally drafted deed. It will then be assured that there are no issues with it.
Sadly, this is only a question and answer service. My suggestion would be to Google solicitors local to you and to ring up a couple, chat about the matter and get an estimate. It should not be too expensive to draft.
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To add to the above.
In fact all you need to do is have the Declaration of Trust drawn up by a separate solicitor and sign it after the purchase has been completed.
You will not need to have it approved by the Lender or the Solicitor - it is nothing to do with them - your interest will come AFTER the mortgage in any event.
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I can send you a premium request with a quote - but it will also need a phone call via the site I am afraid.
Alternatively any local conveyancer would be able to assist!