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Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Are your Aunt and Cousin agreeable to your doing this?
How did your mother's name come to be on the deeds?
Which area is the property in and who was the Executor of your late mother's Will?
How much is the property worth - how much will you be gifting to your cousin?
From what you have said your only option if you no longer wish to have an interest in the property is to either sell of gift your share to your cousin
Given that you are the Executor of your late mother's estate the fact that the property is till registered in her name is ***** ***** major issue and the actual Transfer should not be complex at all.
Obviously you and your cousin need to agree a price but once that is done the process is straightforward.
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details of the process - follow ups are free!
Can you attach a copy of the Office Copy Entries?
Excellent - thank you.
Were your mother and your aunt the executors of their parents wills?
IT seems likely that your mother and Aunt dealt with the Administration of the Estate which is why they held it in their names on behalf of themselves and their sibling.
You as Adminsitrator/Executor of your late mother's Estate form transferring the property into the names of your Aunt and your cousin.
Yes your signature will be needed - and you can always ask for me in the question heading!