Hi, thank you for your question. The maximum amount of people that can be registered on a title deed is four people. You will also need to consider how the property is to be held - as either joint tenants or tenants in common. Joint tenants will automatically inherit the property upon the death of another owner and their share cannot be passed in a will, whereas tenants in common can be held in specific shares (eg. 25% each for four people) and each person's share can be passed in accordance with their will.
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Whilst it is true that only four names can be shown at the Land Registry this does NOT mean that only four people can own a property together.
In fact there is no limit to the number of people who can own the property - the four people who are Registered at the Land Registry simply hold it as Trustees for all of them.
A separate Deed of Trust should also be created
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