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Hello, this is Jim, a dual-qualified lawyer (UK & Republic of Ireland) and happy to help you today.
Yes you can do this as you are a legal owner of the property. Bear in mind if an offer is made, and accepted, your co owner needs to agree to the sale at that point otherwise the purchase will not go through. You could apply to force a sale of the property if your co-owner refuses. Or you could sever the joint tenancy in to a distinct share (known as tenants in common) and sell your share to someone or a company.
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