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1 26th May 2017 07:07PM

Me and my partner are in the process of buying a house but I im out of work at the moment. We have been advised by leander that only his name should be on the mortgage deeds. How does that effect my rights? Will I still be entitled to my 50% share of the property as my name will remain on the Solicitor share deed. If not what's advisable?

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Property & land View
2 25th May 2017 02:54PM

Hi we have a family home which used to belong to my grandmother. When she died she left it to her 3 children. Unfortunately my father had died so it ended up being shared by my uncle who lives at the property, my aunt and my dads five children. My gran stipulated in her will that after 10 years of her death the house should be sold and split between the three parties. So the 10 years is up my uncle still wants to live in the house so my brother and I decided to buy my aunts share so she could have the money. We just want to know do we have to change the deeds and will that show that my aunt no longer has any interest in it. All parties are happy but we all live a distance apart so can this all be done by post and email? Do we have to get a separate contract between my brother and I with my aunt or will just a receipt being signed by my aunt in receiving the money from us be enough?

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Other View
3 25th May 2017 10:35AM

Just wondering if you could help me and my partner have split up after 10 years we have a 3 year old daughter together she has moved back in with her family but wants half of the house that is just in my name but fells she has a right to half as she's been paying the bills Ive said I will help and give her a lump sum but isn't happy with that

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Family & Matrimonial View
4 24th May 2017 11:27PM

Hi I'm a bit confused as I got married but it only lasted a day as I walked out told my husband to get the marriage annulled but he didn't do as I asked , the reason I walk out is I got told he was with another woman the night befor we married but it was a lie his sister made it all up no iam applying for my first passport and I don't know what name to put on it as it's a legal document can you help me please we are thinking of giving it another go as long as he didn't do anything and I was stupid to believe the lie do I put my married name on form or the name I'm using now as iv never got the chance to use my married name I don't want to get into trouble

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Driving Offences View
5 24th May 2017 07:16PM

I have been with my partner for 23 years and married since sept 2016 , we have 2 children aged 8 and 3 , I have been advised you can't divorce until 1 year ,what if he leaves the marital home , where do I stand

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Do not know View
6 24th May 2017 11:20AM

Hi, I have a classic car that I took to a restoration place about 7 to 8 years ago I haven't had any work done to it since it's been there I have since asked for the car back and they are asking for a £9000 storage fee I did not sign anything to say about lying storage fees when I dropped the car off 8-9 years ago he's saying I can't have the car back until I have payed this fee. Will I have to pay the fee to get my car back or can I legally get my car back without paying storage fees. Thank you

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Do not know View
7 24th May 2017 09:50AM

Hi, i have been charged with harrassement without violence back in November...got given 80 hours community service (which i have completed) , a victim surcharge and a 2 year restraining order. In January i have made some silent phonecalls to my expartner (the victim) and i have also sent 2 messages to 2 of her friends -asking to tell my expartner that i was sorry for what had happened and asking them to tell her i still loved her. I got interviewed by police about this at the end of january and i admitted that i had done this. Now last week i got post from magistrates court and i have to appear back in court on tuesday morning. I am being charged with breach of a restraining order on conviction. It is almost 4.5 months ago that this has happened and i have completely moved on with my life..thwre has been no contact in any form shape or way since january. What should i expect to be sentenced with in court on Tuesday?

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Legal advice View
8 24th May 2017 08:08AM

My ex partner is issuing a court order to sell our jointly owned home. He has not contributed to the mortgage for 16 years, nor paid any child maintenance. He has demanded £110K to buy him out, I have offered what the bank are willing to lend (£30K) but he is refusing to even negotiate.

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Family & Matrimonial View
9 24th May 2017 08:05AM

Sorry to bother you all. Just a quick question really. I owned a 2015 car outright. Stupidly, I took a £3000 logbook loan out against it. I've been paying monthly etc but just last week, was involved in a non fault accident. The insurance offer came back today and it just about covers the logbook loan. My question is this.. will my insurance company pay me directly? Or will they pay the logbook loan company first then give me whatever (if anything) is left? I'm in no way trying to get out of paying the loan back..I owe it and will pay it but I would have preferred to continue monthly payments as normal so then I have money to buy another car. I read somewhere that if the loan is a "fixed sum loan agreement" the insurance company will pay me directly. They will only pay the loan company if it's on hire purchase. How true is this? I've looked at the logbook loan agreement from Varooma and it does say it's a fixed sum loan agreement. However, there is also a bill of sale.. all in all, will I get the insurance money it will Varooma get it?

Thanks in advance

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Do not know View
10 24th May 2017 08:04AM

I made business proposal i took 25000 thn we didn't open business i spentall money now next person want take me to police i paid today 5000 bt still they wana take me to police

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Do not know View

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