Escritura

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  • #52667

    Anonymous
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    I have a friend who has bought a house in Chiclana, he has received an Escritura Compraventa, however, I believe he should also receive an Escritura Publica and or a Nota Simpe to provide the Catastral number.

    Can anyone tell me why he may not have received these documents and the consequences of not having them.

    Many thanks

  • #69575

    mariadecastro
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    Please find answers below in blue:

    I have a friend who has bought a house in Chiclana, he has received an Escritura Compraventa, if that is an escritura signed before a Notar when buying/selling the house, it is an escritura publica, what happens is that, as there are escrituras for different kind of legal acts or legal businesses, the front page of the escritura publica de compraventa generally states just: COMPRAVENTA you know that it is public becasue there is Notary seal on it. A copy of that escritura ( as the original is always kept at the Notary´s office) also needs to have the seal of the Notary, the Seal of the Colegios Notariales de España ( they both are usually round seals) and also, a mention to COPIA SIMPLE on the cover page.however, I believe he should also receive an Escritura Publica and or a Nota Simpe to provide the Catastral number. The catastral number ( if there is one already) needs to be within the body of the escritura de compraventa, usually after the Land Registry Data at the description of the property.

    Can anyone tell me why he may not have received these documents and the consequences of not having them.

    By you account of facts, I suspect he has received a ESCRITURA DE COMPRAVENTA. Very advisable to look for a NOTA SIMPLE at the Land Registry to verify the Propery has been registered to his name. There is an Internet service for that at http://www.registradores.org. Even though his/her lawyer, if he used one, can provide one NOTA SIMPLE.

    The real, definitive transaction is mede before the Notary, but never sure on the final success of that before a complete registration in the correspondent Land Registry.

    Many thanks

  • #69635

    Anonymous
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    Thank you very much for your reply Maria, it was very helpful in understanding the process.

    We have looked through the Escritura Compraventa as carefully as possible, it does have a seal of the Notary on the first page but clearly states on the first line of the first page that it is a Escritura Compraventa, however, we cannot find a Catastral number anywhere on any documenty that we have.

    We have applied for details through http://www.registradores.org using the finca number.

    Many thanks

  • #69648

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Hi Maria

    My friend received early this morning a response from the registradores website and the certificate.

    Altho there are numbers relating to the Tomo, Libro and Folio
    there is no catastral number.

    Is this a problem.

    Many thanks

  • #69651

    mariadecastro
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    Catastral number are independent from Land Registry data. Catastro is the Treasure registration number. In order to find out on the number you need to go to Direccion General del Catastro or to the Local taxes offices and ask for the IBI number.

    Sometimes new buildings don´ñt have one from the very beginning. ASk the developer.

  • #69677

    Anonymous
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    If you have the address of the property you may be able to obtain the catastral number online from
    https://ovc.catastro.meh.es/CYCBienInmueble/OVCConsultaBI.htm

  • #69683

    Anonymous
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    Thank you Maria,

    Thanks Hillybilly

    have found where our plot should be on the catastral map, however, we are not shown as an individual plot.

    I understand that we are an illegal build and will have to try to get legality through the town council.

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