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TOLATA claims divide property lawyer ChesterfieldThe Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TOLATA) gives Courts certain powers to resolve disputes about the ownership of land for unmarried couples who are separating, or two or more people who own land or a property together.

When relationships break down, if you cannot agree upon splitting the assets then this can be a difficult process. One of the parties usually move out of the property, yet both of the parties may have an equal entitlement to remain in the property. They will also want to be freed from any obligations they have on the mortgage on the property. TOLATA sets the framework for this to be dealt with.

A TOLATA claim can be issued:

There are many factors which can affect the outcome of a dispute and often such cases come down to interpretation of intentions, conduct and communications. Influential factors in a TOLATA case can include:

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