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L7. Basic Terms in Property Sales

1. Immovable property Is land, whether unimproved (i.e. vacant) or improved (i.e land with permanent improvements such as a house). A piece of land and all the permanent improvements constitute a single entity, namely one immovable property. This means that the permanent improvements cannot be sold independently of the land. It is also not possible to transfer ownership in portions of a building to...

N6. Rectifying errors on a Title Deed

Title deeds contain a number of important facts and information relating to the property, including the legal description, the size/extent of the property, conditions that the property is subject to, the last recorded purchase price and details of both the seller and purchaser. One of the most pivotal stages in the transfer process is where the Deeds Registry endorses the new title deed and rights are...

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