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Hi,

 

Im hoping for some advice please.

 

My ex is trying to get a share of my property by claiming beneficial interest.

 

From what ive read he has no claim as we are not married, house is mine & he has never paid the bills or mortgage.

 

He has applied for a unilateral restriction to be placed on my house.

 

Ive read I can dispute this with the land registry but im not sure where to start & cant afford a solicitor.

 

Does anyone know the process or anymore info?

 

Will this mean I cannot sell or remortgage my house?

 

Thanks for reading.

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Thank You.

Were we together on & off for 6 years.

He moved into my house which I paid the deposit for, the mortgage, maintainance/improvements & all bills.

He paid me keep every month.

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As DX has posted, have a look at that thread. As well might be worth seeking assistance from a qualified professional for this matter. Its a very gray area due to the nature of the issue im afraid.

 

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Ive read I can dispute this with the land registry but im not sure where to start & cant afford a solicitor.

 

I would have thought that this type of issue would fall within the remit of family law. It would be worth contacting your local community law centre and see what advice they have to offer. To find your nearest centre, have a look here: http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/ or use google if your town is not listed (mine isn't, but we do have one).

 

If you have legal cover on your house insurance, they might be able to provide funding to see this thing off.

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I would have thought that this type of issue would fall within the remit of family law. It would be worth contacting your local community law centre and see what advice they have to offer. To find your nearest centre, have a look here: http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/ or use google if your town is not listed (mine isn't, but we do have one).

 

If you have legal cover on your house insurance, they might be able to provide funding to see this thing off.

 

Thank You. I will give them a call on Monday.

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