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Philb said: Posted on: 23/07/2010 00:00

My partner and I have recently split up (amicably) and as settlement, I am to get a rental property. The mortgage and deeds are in my former partners name, and we have agreed that we will leave it like this for the time being as there is a hefty early repayment charge on the mortgage until next year.

Coincidentally, the current tenant has given notice and leaves at the end of July. I am in the process of re-letting the property, but wondered if there were any legal implications to my being the Landlord while the property is technically owned by someone else ?

Your advice would be very much appreciated.


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