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I am a qualified Solicitor with over 19 Years experience in the UK.
To advise you, please can you clarify the Following :-
How is the property held, is it as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common?
How much Equity is there in the Property?
You really need to know how the property is held and because if it is held is as joint tenants and you die, your interest in the property automatically gets transferred to your Ex-Partner, I am not sure if you really want that to happen!
There is sufficient Equity for you to protect, does he lay claim to any of the Equity or is he willing to relinquish his share in the Property?
You can do a land registry search, it only costs £3.00 for an extract of the Title.
Please see https://www.gov.uk/search-property-information-land-registry.
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You need to see a Conveyancing Solicitors to assist you in contacting the Mortgage Company and the Land Registry plus to complete the Forms.
Even if you are able to take him off the Property Title, his Creditors could request the Court unravel the Deal and this also includes the Official Receiver or any Trustee in Bankruptcy, should he be made Bankrupt by his Creditor and they will be able to go back at the very least 6 Years.
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