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My girlfriend and I are splitting up amicably. She has lived in a flat I own for two years. I do not live there. She does not pay any rent. I pay council tax and service charges, she pays utilities.
A colleague has suggested that I may have to offer her part of the sale of the property should I decide to sell it. can you advise if this is the case. There are no children, there is no mortgage and I am not in any rush for her to leave. She can stay as long as she wants. I did not live there.
no, I saw it but I had further questions which I've incorporated in the above. you asked if there were children. Answer no.
you asked if there were mortgage contributions, answer no.
You also mentioned she would have rights to stay for several weeks and I have said she can stay as long as she wants. My question now is, is she legally entitled to any value in the property? As my colleague ahs suggested? thanks Joshua for your reply. paul
you are not answering my question fully. we are NOT living together. and I am not throwing her out.
I simply wish to know if she has any legal rights over the property?
thank you Joshua. One final question and I'm done; this might change things! If the land registry title information document shows under Joint ownership of Land both our names signing as joint Tenants, does this change things?
A clear answer to this question and I'm finished.
Many thanks Paul