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thank you. May I confirm if your brother-in-law is in principle willing to cooperate with you in the above endeavour please?
I'm following up on the above. Without some further information from you as above, I am limited in what I can say on the matter but in the hope it is helpful nonetheless, I will provide you with the following broad answer. If you are able to kindly provide me with the above further information or if you have any further questions generally, I will be delighted to expand on the following - please just reply back to me in this case:
Notwithstanding the above, in general terms in the assumption that your brother-in-law is willing to cooperate with you generally in respect of the above, then the first step would be for you to ascertain how you will repay the existing mortgage that is on the property. Presumably this will either need to be from your own resources or failing which, by way of obtaining a mortgage in your own name which of course will depend upon your financial status. If you will be reliant upon the latter, you will need to consider approaching a mortgage broker in this respect.
from there, it would be a question of appointing a solicitor to carry out the conveyancing work for you and affecting a transfer of equity and remortgage
I hope the above is of some assistance but if you have any further questions, please revert to me.