Sale of Shares of Common Property
Sale of Shares of Common Property
If you are a co-owner of hereditary property and wish to sell your ideal part of it, but you do not want to offer the other co-owner / co-owners, as prescribed in law, then consult an experienced real estate lawyer. We work with excellent real estate lawyers, the best in this area. They know how to solve your problem without circumvent the law.
Our experienced real estate lawyer will tell you that according to art. 33 of the Property Act, if you are a co-owner of a property and want to sell your share of it, you must first offer the share of the property to another co-owner or co-owners, if they are several. Only when each of them refuses to redeem your shares, you may sign a purchase contract – the sale of shares of common property of a third party.
Unfortunately, in many cases co-owners of an inherited property, for example, are not in good relationships with each other. Moreover – they often do not even speak to one another. The presence of a deep rift in their relationship is the reason the co-owner who has decided to sell his shares, seeks to avoid direct contact with the other co-owner or co-owners. Sometimes the owners of real property are too many and do not even know each other. This is a common problem in inheritance of property – land. This situation occurs too frequently, but most of our customers do not know that it can be overcome. So if there are any any pressure points associated with the sale of shares of common property or preparation of documents for the sale of the property, contact our experienced specialist. Now you have the exclusive opportunity to receive free online consultation through our website. You can connect with an experienced real estate lawyer if you use the contact form on our website, the e-mail or phone number.
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International law firm “D. Vladimirov and partners” has extensive experience in the sale of shares of common property. Our team of experienced real estate lawyers, completely dedicated to their work, knows the ins and outs that will get you out of this delicate situation. Here you will meet with an effective and lawful method that will accomplish your goal without circumvent the law.
Although the provisions of Article 33 of the Property Act is adamant there is a legal way to prevent offering your share of the property of other co-owners. Here it is: You, as an owner, if you want to make a sale of shares of common property of a third party must first transfer by donating a part of your share to the third party. If you own a ½ share of the property, it can be transferred by donation ¼ of your ½ share of the third party. Subsequently, you will sell the rest of your share to the same third party. This third party entitled gifted ideal part of the property is also provided in the position of a co-owner. Through this quirk you will comply with Article 33 of the Property Act and still sell your property to the person you wanted.
Such action is undoubtedly lawful and does not constitute circumvention. It is a widely used tool for solving problems related to co-ownership of real estate, where the co-owners are not able or willing to voluntarily resolve disputes of that nature.
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