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Old Sep 22nd 2023, 10:51 am
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My mother-in-law property just been sold. Contract signed off. I had no input to reduction in price. I have been financially supporting my wife for two decades. Should I have a right to be involved in sale of property?
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Old Sep 22nd 2023, 11:39 am
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My mother-in-law property just been sold. Contract signed off. I had no input to reduction in price. I have been financially supporting my wife for two decades. Should I have a right to be involved in sale of property?
Legally no - morally, well that will depend upon family dynamics. You can (could) voice your input but at the end of the day it's the registered owners who have the final say and in pursuit of peace in the kitchen................
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Old Sep 22nd 2023, 12:27 pm
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Legally no - morally, well that will depend upon family dynamics. You can (could) voice your input but at the end of the day it's the registered owners who have the final say and in pursuit of peace in the kitchen................
To be honest I would refuse my wife offering to pay me back anything. She's had alot of bad luck from the financial perspective through her ex-husband.
One reason which I'm asking about mother-in-law property is because I offered to buy it three years ago but Sister-in-law said if we sold it in future she wanted a share of the profit! Also I thought brilliant idea to plonk a cabin in the garden to give us some private space but Sister-in-law said on her mother's death it would be included in her estate. I thought that's bullshit!
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