|Losing the plot|
Property can be owned in different ways and by individuals and companies including jointly.
In fact in an attempt to help first time buyers the government has introduced a variety of schemes whereby the individual acquires part ownership of the property together with an institution.
Even if your name is not on the title deeds you might still be the owner or part owner of a property. However assuming that the property is likely to be one of your most valuable assets it is essential that your interest in the property is clear and set down in writing.
At Hart Brown our specialist lawyers will discuss with you:
- the nature of your interest in the property
- if you hold it jointly with a friend, partner or husband what happens if you decide to sell, fall out with your co- owner or were unfortunately to pass away
We will make sure that you fully understand all the implications of your ownership and that the right agreement is put in place to reflect what you have decided.