I certainly the problem is here. You can of course leave your daughter the house in your will and you could have a separate trust registered as a restriction whereby the property is held on trust for your daughter during her lifetime and could only be sold with the consent of the trustees. You don’t want it to be not allowed to be sold entirely because you never know what circumstances are going to be changed but you need someone else to read and control of it (someone you know and trust) to make that decision when you eventually pass away.
This is a job for a specialist trust solicitor but otherwise it’s relatively straightforward.
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