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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Whose name is ***** ***** of the property in?
-Who is paying the mortgage?
-Are you also living in the property?
Apologies for the delay in replying. As you are named on the title you have a legal interest in the property and will be legally allowed to return, enter and occupy it unless there is a court order in place excluding you from the property. As she lives there with her husband he would have matrimonial home rights to live there and there is no legal requirement for him to pay towards it. However, he would legally only be entitled to seek a claim against her share. You therefore cannot remove either of them from the home unless you apply for an occupation order to court which will remove them both.
You may also wish to consider selling your share to them so that you can realise your interest, and if there is no agreement to your proposal you would be entitled to apply to court to force a sale of the property.
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