Buying rustic property with alterations
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Hi to all,
I am interested in buying a property which is on land classified as 'rustic'.
There are discrepancies between the Catastral plan and the escitura and what is reality! Apparently quite normal.
I am told that this can all be corrected. The property has been surveyed and the details will be used to update the Catastral plan and the escitura. Is it as simple as this? I am concerned that the alteration to the property (mainly a swimming pool) would not have had the proper permissions/certificates otherwise it would already be on the escitura.
The details of the house itself are described fairly accurately.
In any case, putting aside the past legality of the alteration is it safe to proceed so long as the escitura is updated to reflect reality?
Any advise much appreciated.
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