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Customer: are you based in the UK?
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Customer: UK
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Customer: nothing, its simply a very easy question to answer relating to an ending of a relationship (not married)
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Customer: replied 3 days ago.
I have lived with my partner for 11 years and he paid for the house with no mortgage.
I am not on the deeds at all.
we share the bills
I paid him £120k back in 2016 as I wanted to have some right to the house
we have now split up
and he is saying that he will give me back my £120K
he is selling the house for £540K and he bought it for £323K is this correct he simply just needs to give me back the £120K
no issues at all if that is the case or do I have a right to any of the profit made on the house
he has paid for all interior decoration, furniture and new kitchen and bathrooms
I've not contributed to anything apart from a few bits
sorry, I paid for a new kitchen in 2018, £19K

we have since spoken.

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