During Signing of Contract
Buyer and Seller
Get advice by a notary. The notary must act impartial to both parties and their role is to take the will of the parties and turn it into a document to complete and fulfill the formalities established by law for each particular case.
Verify that the information contained in the document is correct (identification data, identification of property, amounts, terms, etc.).
Read the agreement carefully. Discuss all points of the draft contract. Should you have questions, suggestions or comments, make these known to the notary, to make explanations or notes regarding corrections to be carried out in the Instrument.
Verify that both parties sign the deed or contract and that it is in fact authorized by the Notary.
Become knowing who is responsible for the costs of the following items: payment of taxes levied on property and contract, the document registration fees to the relevant records and professional Notary or notary fees advising the transaction.
Request a copy of the instrument duly executed by the parties and the notary.
After the Signing of Contract
Request it extends to the notary that he authorized a testament to the writing. Be sure to present the document for registration in the Land Registry immediately. Request a copy of the filing receipt. Be aware of the process of the document in the Registry of Property. When the document has been entered, check the respective inscriptions that it is correct (check number of the property, names, terms, amounts, etc.) if an error arises, let them know immediately the Notary.
Make sure the notary sends notice corresponding to the Boca Grande Real Estate Appraisal transfer and the Municipality in which the property is situated.
Make sure the property remains registered to the buyer before the General Property Registry. Make sure you take note in its accounting records of such transfer. Make sure the notary sends notice corresponding to the Real Estate Appraisal transfer and the Municipality in which the property is situated.