Thank you. I thought so but I think you mean it is not
disadvantageous to her, rather than is it not disadvantageous to her.
It is simply a case of executing a deed of trust which varies the
percentage which is held as tenants in common.
The default situation at the land registry is that it is
registered 50-50. If you want it different, then execute the deed and get it
registered at the land Reg. A solicitor will do this for you for about 100 quid
and unless you know what you are doing, it will probably be money well spent.
You can have it in any proportion you want.
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