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If the house is in joint names, it basically means that both owners own the whole of the property and have equal rights to the property.
If you have a joint mortgage with a partner, each person owns an equal share of the property. This means that if you split up, you each have the right to remain living there. It also means you're equally responsible for the mortgage repayments.
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