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Documents that certify that a house is completely legal.

When buying or selling your home, it is crucial to get all of the legal details right. Mistakes could make you lose time and money, or be left with on-going trouble that should have been foreseen and avoided.

We can handle the entire property transaction for you, including all of the necessary checks and searches to ensure there will be no future hidden surprises

Conveyancing Protocol I

When you have found a property or you want to buy any we will check:

  • Legal capacity to buy or sell a property

    The parties to a contract must all be legally competent to enter into an agreement.We will check whether there is a restriction in the legal capacity of your seller.

  • Construction permit

    We will verify that the building matches both the licence granted by the town council and the project it approved, as well as the occupancy licence, habitability and efficiency certificate and other administrative authorisations that establish that the dwelling is legally habitable

  • Property tax

    We´ll get a certificate from the town hall proving that there are no unpaid rates from previous years.

  • Cadastral Certificate

    The cadastral certificate gives the exact boundaries and square of your property and it is linked to the Land Registry record by a cadastral reference number. We will ensure that the property and land description contained in both records matches.

  • Utilities suppliers

    We´ll check that all utility bills have been paid by the previous owner. Electricity, water and gas.

  • Land Registry

    We`ll find out current and past information about a registered property giving more details about any rights attached to the property.

  • Owners Association Statutes

    We´ll also analyze the book of minutes, financial documentation of the Community of Owners and its debtors list.

  • Off-plan

    Certificate from the Companies Registry accrediting the legal existence of the company, details of its registration, confirmation that bankruptcy proceedings have not been registered, and a declaration that there are no claims, lawsuits or any other contingencies that might affect the development..

Conveyancing Protocol II


Preliminary sales contract and purchase agreement

We will draw the purchase pre-agreement in order to reserve the right to acquire the property and the purchase agreement.



We will sign before the Notary the Sales Title Deeds.



We will pay all the taxes on your behalf as well as the Land Registry and the Notary fees.