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Did you sign the paperwork with your son to recognise what you were doing?
Getting a restriction is a sensible thing to do as this would prevent the sale going through without giving you notice and having the opportunity to stop it.
I was asking whether you had any written agreement with him, which I assume not. You should be able to summons the solicitor for him to confirm the nature of the agreement between you, which is not going to be protected by legal privilege.
That would be good evidence that you are an owner of the property and thus have a share in it.
So how can I get restriction order? Does it come under Property Law or Litigation. Can you get restriction order for me please let me know..
There is a guide here as to how you do it - it is published by the land registry and they have a helpline too if you need them to guide you through their systems: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/professional/guides/practice-guide-19
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