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Transfer of Property

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02 May 12 #327923 by bryce125
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My court order states that ''The Respondent Husband do transfer to the Applicant wife by 4 pm 28/5/2012 all legal and beneficial interest in the property....'' He is under the impression this is for me to sort out, I think the answer is in the question ''The Respondent Husband''? Am I correct in this belief and that it is up to him to pay for it too?

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02 May 12 #327958 by jonathancj
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You''ll need to get a solicitor to prepare the transfer. His solicitor will check it and approve it. You''ll each normally pay your own costs.

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02 May 12 #327965 by bryce125
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Where do I stand? I don''t have the money that the solicitor needs to progress with it. I havent got 50 pounds let alone the 390 + vat I am being quoted.

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