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how do i get my name off morgage

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10 Mar 08 #16421 by thorley
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hello,
great site just hope someone can help....

i have lived with partner for 7 yrs (not married) had joint morgage, seperated for 14 months, payed half towards morgage during seperation for 13 months, want to move on as ex partener has new boy friend, ex partner has an income of 19,000 morgage 70,000 value about 120,000 she refuses to buy me out as she says she cannot get a morgage on her income and age ( 57) she has recently changed locks, she refuses to sell. I am in rented accomadation and cannot afford to rent and pay morgage while she sits pretty in our home with new man. please give advice
thanks Ray

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10 Mar 08 #16431 by attilladahun
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You can seek a sale under the Trusts of Land Act 1996 -this will force her to get a remortgage with new B/F to buy out your share of the property:)

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11 Mar 08 #16457 by thorley
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thankyou very much for the information,, that has put my mind at rest but can you please tell me where i:)

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