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Let me see if I can help and please rate 5 stars. From what you have described you would have an interest in the property - it would very much depend on the basis of any agreement as to the share of such an interest - the fact that you have been paying the mortgage certainly suggests that you have an equitable interest in the property even if the mortgage/deeds are in their name alone. It is often a negotiation as to what the share is in the property - happy to discuss and please rate 5 stars
There is no reason why you can not stay in the property as you now clearly have an interest in the property. The courts (should he seek to remove you) would also be keen to ensure that the child is being properly housed at this time. Happy to discuss and please rate 5 stars
You can, but equally he can say no. If there has been domestic violence then you can apply for an occupation order to have him removed by the courts. Please rate 5 stars
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