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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Are/were you married to each other?
-Is the property held as joint tenants or tenants in common, if the latter in what shares?
-Are there any formal agreements or deeds of trust between you regarding your contributions?
-How much did he contribute towards the deposit?
Sorry for the delay in responding, I have been away from my computer.
As you are not married the legal position is that you are each only entitled to a share of the equity in accordance with how title is held. So if it is as joint tenants you are both entitled to an equal share of the equity despite your full contribution to the deposit.
If you are able to demonstrate that there was an intention that you would be compensated or obtain a greater share of the property and this agreement cannot be reached between you, then you will need to apply to your county court for an order.
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