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The fact is that you bought the property together and as such have equal rights under TLATA (the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996. As such if you can not agree what happens to the property then you would be able to apply to the court under the act for the property to be sold. So you can contest either proposal. You do not have to agree to one which seems unfair to you. Happy to discuss further and please of course rate.
You are completely right. Both in law and reality. As such the court would support in the sale of the property. I hope that this helps and please rate positive.