ADAPTS THE LEGAL INFORMATION OF YOUR PROPERTY TO ITS VERIFIED PHYSICAL STATE
Property regularisation involves updating the data of a property entered in the Land Registry in order to adapt it to the verified physical state. This update is mandatory in the Land Registry. In the Registry, this is necessary for determining the physical basis of the registered rights or the extent of mortgage guarantees. In practise, the need for property regularisation of land affects rural estates. Planning bodies require this to obtain the declaration of new builds or improvements to the registered construction.
Tinsa offers the possibility of bringing together lawyers and technicians (architects, agricultural engineers, surveyors) onto a single team, capable of performing a comprehensive service for the client to expedite regularisation processes and reduce costs.
WHO IS IT FOR?
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT FUND MANAGERS
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS AND SECTOR PROFESSIONALS
DEVELOPMENT OF ACTIVITES AND METHODOLOGY
LEGAL AND REGISTRATION REGULARISATION
Tinsa carries out registration regularisation processes affecting both land (segregation, division, grouping, aggregation, change of address and/or boundaries, excess area or procedures of surveying and marking) and sites or construction projects built on them, through the declaration of New Building and Horizontal Division. Combination services are also offered with processing operations and consulting for inscription, registration of resumption of an interrupted chain of succession, domain records and notary procedures.
UPDATES IN THE LAND REGISTRY
The imminent start of a Consultation and processing registrations or modifications in the data contained in the land registry, whether it be by changing the cadastral holder, or by submitting the registration statement or making changes to the data in the land registry for real estate assets of an urban or rustic nature.
DIVISION OF AN ESTATE, DISSOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION OF COMMUNITY PROPERTY
In processes of dividing estates, Tinsa carries out all necessary operations for the acceptance, award and settlement of an inheritance, as well as writing, where appropriate, the deed of partition, including inventory and assessment operations and the formation of lots or shares.
Regarding dissolution and liquidation of community property, it will carry out the inventory and assessment operations necessary to split the common assets as well as all the necessary formalities for updating its registration and data in the land registry.