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posted in Property Law
Date 21-12-2012
Avoiding disputes related to land is preferable than resolving them through the Court, since such disputes are emotional and are governed by the claim of ownership. Setting a boundary in a piece of land, such as a plot...
posted in Property Law
Date 21-12-2012
The mortgage security registered over an immovable property protects the mortgage creditor with regard to the business risk he undertakes  towards  the  mortgage  debtor.  Granting  a  loan  or  credit  facilities  for ...
posted in Property Law
Date 16-05-2011
Where the parking spaces in a building complex have not been allocated to the owners of the various units, they are considered communal and all owners have the right to use them. The owners can use any free...
posted in Property Law
Date 06-04-2011
The right of specific performance of a sale contract is regulated by the provisions of Cap.232 which can only be invoked by a purchaser who cared to comply strictly with them. It is a special law, the provisions of which...
posted in Property Law
Date 18-02-2011
A dispute over boundaries can usually be resolved by the Director of the Land Registry upon the application of the owner of the land who believes that part of his property is possessed by his neighbour. The Immovable...
posted in Property Law
Date 18-02-2011
Trespass to an immovable property is any unlawful entry or damage or interference with any such property by any person, including a co-owner. The property may be a house, an apartment, an area of common useor a...
posted in Property Law
Date 03-01-2011
The exchange of immovable property belonging to the Republic with a private one can take place only  in  exceptional  cases  after  a decision  by the  Council of  Ministers. Such a decision lays  down the  criteria, ...
posted in Property Law
Date 29-10-2010
The Director of the Land Registry often uses the procedure provided in the law in order to correct an error or omission which may be found in the official records of an immovable property. However, his power is limited...
posted in Property Law
Date 10-10-2010
The legal rights of co-owners of immovable property regarding its possession, use and enjoyment are not properly regulated by the Immovable Property Law, Cap.224, except in certain cases. The lack of legislation...
posted in Property Law
Date 10-09-2010
A common practice for the banks and credit institutions granting a loan to a customer for the purchase of an immovable property is the signing of an agreement for the assignment of his sale contract and his life...


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