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As joint owners, she can insist on the sale of the property. There are procedures she would need to follow if you refused.
But there is no legal reason to sell it under value.
You have three options you can take.
If she is on the property deeds, then she will be considered owner with you.
she would most likely expect you to buy her out.
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Unfortunately not. The title deeds ate the important issue, that shows who the legal owners are. The mortgage payer is something you could negotiate with her over splitting proceeds.
No, that is the problem with mortgage. Can not remove her, name without taking out new mortgage.
you could tell her as joint name she is going to have to pay.
failing that you would have to negotiate with ex how to resolve dispute.