There are several instances in which you may want to change names on the land title. For example, you may want to place a child, a parent, a spouse, or a common-law partner to the title so they too can become owners of the land. On the other hand, you may also buy out and remove your ex from the title in a separation or divorce process. Occasionally, a bank may ask you to put a friend as a co-signor for a mortgage and as a co-owner of your house. Upon your bank’s approval, you can remove your mortgage co-signor from the ownership.
Call or send us an email if you need to change names on your land title. Our land transfer lawyers will help you understand the consequences of any change.
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