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Legal tip 582. Conveyancing work
06 September 2011 @ 11:37

 Conveyancing work in Spain can be from the very simple tasks of verifying a previous ownership title and assist you at the completion date at the notary to doing an extensive work involving:

- Checking of previous title ownership, encumbrances, loans... and corresponding contract and agreements for ownership to be clear and pacific

- Verifying of description of property in land registry and possible ammendment processes before the Land Registry: new works, first registration, seize ammendment, property claim...

- Checking on refurbishment licenses in the Local Council: historic-artistic limits for reforms...

- Checkings on easements

- Taxes reductions involved

- Judicial procedures for defence of legally acquired when disputed...

Therefore, the optimum way is to find a good, well stablished and independent lawyer with an expertise in Property Law.

Barrosa Beach, Chiclana, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz by Alfonso Jimenez at


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