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Old 06-08-2017, 06:11 PM
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Lightbulb Co-habiting / Common Law Gifted Deposit Advice

Halifax state they will accept a gifted deposit from the partner of a mortgage applicant on the basis they are cohabiting / common law. Does anyone know if they would accept it from the partners parents?

Similarly Natwest state they would accept a gifted deposit from "Third Parties" subject to a letter stating they dont require reimbursement or have any interest in the property. Does anyone know what constitutes as a third party in this instance?

If anyone works / has worked at either bank or has dealt with them in the past or is dealing with them currently I would greatly appreciate your advice.

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