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one of them lives in property, one is deceased and hence would pass to his sons/daughters, the third is one of the sons of the deceased
one the Joint tenants or tenants in common - i don't know, how would i find out
i do not have the original copy, i have a summarised one from the land registry
on the summarised copy from Land registry just has Title absolute and then just names the 3 parties, would i need to get the full copy to verify
it does have 3 sections, but the only info in Section B says Title absolute and then the names
the party who does not want to sell, has no interest in buying out the other, he is only interested in making it impossible for the other party to sell.
no that phrase, is not in the summary i've been provided by land registry. where can i find if we are Joint tenants or tenants in common? i'm doing this on behalf of my father and he doesn't know
Hi, Thank you. If that phrase is not in section B then you are Joint Tenants. Does your father want to sell? Kind regards AJ
Phrase is not in Section B and yes my father wants to sell, i'm trying to understand his options
that reply was really useful, one of the 3 parties passed away 10 yrs ago, so does that mean his share goes to the remaining 2 parties automatically? i thought that it would pass to his sons / daughter
thank you, ***** ***** no will and the parties to to the Tenancy don't talk to each other, hence the challenges to selling