No he can’t demand that he goes on the title. Simple.
What he can do however is claim financial interest in the property if he has contributed towards it by way of mortgage capital repayment or improvements et cetera et cetera.
Indirect payments such as bells can sometimes be taken into account if he could prove that without paying you those bills, you would not have been able to afford the mortgage.
He can sometimes, in certain circumstances claim the right to live in the house under part IV of the Family Law Act but that usually only applies if the house was bought as a family house, albeit only in one name, and he is the main carer of the children. In that case he can claim the right to continue to live in the house with the children but not normally if he is just going to be on his own.
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