Who owns property acquired before marriage?

Published in: December 2016

Any property owned before marriage, will generally still belong to the person, even after the formal arrangements have taken place. A person is able to transfer any property from their sole name to joint ownership, while not incurring any stamp duty. However with that being said, there is no legal obligation for a person to transfer any sole property to joint ownership.

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