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Beneficial Interest in Property

Legal And Beneficial Interest In Property

It is well documented what a challenge it is for individuals to get on the property ladder. As such many of us may be choosing to purchase property jointly with another person, engaging in beneficial interest in property.

If this is true in your case, or if it is intended that another individual will contribute in any way to the property, regardless of how you know each other it is advisable to regulate this relationship to avoid disputes in the future. The best way to do this is through a deed of trust. Our property teams can advice you and draw up this deed of trust in your behalf, taking into account all of your wishes.

In a situation where a deed has not been drawn up or a dispute arises out of the deed our litigation team can advise you in relation to your beneficial interest and ownership of the property. The quicker such disputes are resolved the better for all parties.


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