Your husband’s reason for registering it in his name only doesn’t make sense. He would be liable for the loan to the company but having your name on the property does not make you liable to the company.
Nonetheless, your financial interest is the same whether it’s in your name, his name or joint names.
What you do need to do is stop him selling it or remortgaging it from underneath you.
A non-owning spouse needs to immediately register a Matrimonial Home Right Notice against the property.
It will stop the other spouse spouse selling or remortgaging the property.
The form to send to the land registry is here:
the owning spouse spouse will get notice of the application but cannot do anything about it if this is the matrimonial home.
The application is free.
It is the matrimonial home and it doesn’t matter whether it’s in one sole name or the other sole name or joint names, each spouse has the same financial interest in it.
The name on the deeds is irrelevant if the couple are married. It may not necessarily be 50-50 because that depends on a whole variety of different facts such is the needs of the parties, the length of the marriage, needs of children et cetera.
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