Form states "The application has a beneficial interest by virtue of a resulting trust that she contributed money to the purchase and improvement of the property and it was the parties common intention to hold the beneficial interest in the property in proportion to their contributions and/by virtue of a constructive trust as she acted significantly to her detriment on the basis that there was a common intention that she had a beneficial interest. The applicant contributed over £125,000 between 2005 and 2013 towards the purchase and improvement of the property"
My objection is grounded in the facts that we are not married nor do we share any legal partnership.
The house is registered in my full name.
No payments to the mortgage (again in my sole name) were made by her.
No payments to extend the property in 2009 (£270,000) were paid by her.
She claims she paid £120,000 into the property. I accept that she paid a sum of £120,000 across to me in 2005, however this money was not directly paid into the property but into the relationship. I over this period contributed three times this sum into the relationship.
No proof exists of her making a payment directly to pay for the property or a proportion of the property.
AJ Halliwell has to prove that she has the legal interest claimed in the notice.