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VIC Put Caveat on a Jointly-Owned Property?

Discussion in 'Property Law Forum' started by Liv, 18 October 2015.

  1. Liv

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  2. James D. Ford - Solicitor

    James D. Ford - Solicitor Well-Known Member

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    Hi Liv, can you please explain the circumstances in more detail? and what you are trying to prevent from occurring?

    If you are both on the title to the property, without the intervention of the Court (based on an application by one of the owners), both signatures are required before anything can be done with the Property.

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  3. James D. Ford - Solicitor

    James D. Ford - Solicitor Well-Known Member

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    Is the other owner, a business/investment partner? is there a co-ownership agreement?

    Is the other owner, a de facto/husband? is there a separation/divorce? have you reached a binding property settlement, do you know what is required to do so?
     

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