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Thanks, Fuengi. I was trying to keep my explanation of the Notary’s function as simple as possible, it seems to be widely misunderstood.
Problem is rocker it cannot be kept that simple. You make it sound like a notary will not care if on signing you just bring in a bag of money and buy a property, no questions asked. They would also have the previous title deeds and a nota simple. They would know all debts and how they should be treated under the relavent legislations.
appear before the notary along with your buyer and the notary merely records the sale on his official ledger.
…gives the wrong impression.
ADDITION: Also you cannot simply turn up at the notary. You need to arrange an appointment and supply a range of documents on whos buying and selling, civil status, occupations, nationality, residency, etc… prior to any signing.