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Sell your property in Bulgaria

Selling your property in Bulgaria is not very easy, even if you have already find a buyer. That’s why you are in need of assistance. Look for a Bulgarian property lawyer!

If you have already bought a property in Bulgaria, you need to check up if this property had been registered in all the necessary authorities. And in the Municipality Office, too. Our law firm works as a professional Bulgarian property lawyer, as well. We support many foreigners who want to sell your real estate property in Bulgaria. Usually, if you have a good property, is quite easy to find buyers in Bulgaria. As property lawyers in Bulgaria, we could help you finding a buyer and getting a good price for you. It is very important to follow the legal advices of a property lawyer so that you will save money and precious time. Our experienced Bulgarian property lawyers will help you with the documents for the selling.

 

First Steps

Bulgarian property lawyer

Bulgarian property lawyer

Before you sell your property in Bulgaria, you should have all the documents necessary,as well as declarations needed for a sale – prepared in advance. We assume you will need  qualified property lawyers. This means, you need us.

Our property lawyers in Bulgaria are ready to assist you and protect your interests in selling your property in Bulgaria. You need just to call us or to send us an email. Then we will be ready to start the legal procedure.

Before starting every single deal, your lawyer is obliged to check for potential legal problems. He/she has to prepare all the documents necessary for the transfer of the ownership over this property. And so we do! We always check if there isn’t any property charges over your property you are trying to sell. For example, encumbrances, mortgages or pledges over your property by the Tax Office or by a third party.

Usually, when our buyer signs the preliminary contract, he/she needs to leave a deposit as a percentage of the sale price of the property in Bulgaria. When we help you finding a buyer, we require a simple power of attorney to represent you by conclusion of the preliminary contract for the purchase of the property with the buyers in Bulgaria.

Our qualified property lawyers will prepare the draft of Preliminary contract and will negotiate with the buyer concerning the transfer fees of your property. After receiving the written confirmation for all necessary legal conditions, we sign the preliminary contract for purchase on your behalf. Then we send you a copy of it. We are obliged to find buyer/-s and sell your property correctly.

When all the Documents are ready…

When all of the documents and declarations are done, our lawyers start preparing the Notary Deed for transferring the ownership over your property. You can trust us – we are specialized in property sales of foreign clients in Bulgaria. Each Bulgarian property lawyer will help you with the documentation and legal proceedings. Especially – International Law Office D. Vladimirov & Partners.

The next legal step to sell your property is to sign the Title Deed for the sale of your property. We will help you by representing you at the Notary Public in Bulgaria.

The last step to complete your sale is visiting the Tax Office of your municipality and remove your name of the property from the Tax Register, to avoid any future legal problems with it. We, as property lawyers in Bulgaria will highly recommend you using our legal services to complete all this legal issues & steps.

The mentioned property legal proceedings are just for your information, if you are trying to sell a real estate property in Bulgaria  Every single case has got its legal specifics & questions. We strongly recommend you to use a property lawyer in Bulgaria for legal transactions, in order to save your time, money and worries. Call us now on  + 359 2 858-10-25.

 

Legal services to import & export in/from Bulgaria

Our legal team from corporate & company lawyers in Bulgaria works on the emerging market economy in Bulgaria. The country is a major exporter of industrial commodities. Also, it exports agricultural and food products. Bulgaria is a land with a huge growth of outsourcing industry in the last couple of years. Our legal practice shows that our trade partners are the neighboring countries, as well as other Western European ones. Bulgaria is a member of the World Trade Organisation. Trade liberalization and compliance with the applicable international trade rules are the hallmarks of the country’s trade policy.

Our activity is focused on the company formation and supporting companies in their export and import business in Bulgaria. Due to Bulgaria’s geophysical characteristics, the country produces numerous agricultural products and foodstuffs. The mountainous parts of the country are a natural source for ores and minerals, including: coal, copper, lead, zinc, bauxite and timber.

Legal advices to imports & exports in/from Bulgaria

import & export in Bulgaria

We always inform our clients that Bulgaria’s main exports are domestic goods, petroleum and petroleum products, packaged medicinal products, chemicals, machinery, wheat and wheat-by-products and so on. Bulgaria is a major coal producer in Europe. We produce essential oils, lavender and rose oil. The main export partners of Bulgaria are Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Belgium, Turkey and Greece. Our partners (countries) imports mineral products, machinery, vehicles, rubber and plastics, textiles and various chemical products. The country’s main import partners are: Russia, Germany, China, Italy, Romania, and Greece. Our legal team of company & corporate lawyers in Bulgaria can help you with the relevant EORI and VAT registration.

Legal support for your current/future business

Our law office supports the clients and foreign investors in Bulgaria before the National Customs Agency of the Republic of Bulgaria. Our clients need legal advices from us, as company & corporate lawyers in Bulgaria. The National Customs Agency is under the supervision of the Minister of Finance, and its structure includes the Central Customs Directorate, as well as eleven customs centers. They are in: Sofia Airport, Metropolitan, Burgas, Varna, Vidin, Plovdiv, Svilengrad, Svishtov, Ruse and South-Western centers.

The National Customs Agency defines the legal framework, creates customs laws and deals with other customs-related issues. Since 2007 the country has been obliged to apply all European directives referring to general customs rules and international customs cooperation. Our legal support as company & corporate lawyers in Bulgaria gets the clients claims against the Bulgarian authorities and support them in the courts.

One of our legal law activities is to give advices to our clients no matter what the problem is. Special permits and licenses may be required to perform certain trade activities in Bulgaria. Our Bulgarian lawyers can help you with detailed information regarding the applicable legislation for different types of imported and exported products. If you need more information, please contact our legal team of company & corporate lawyers in Bulgaria. If you would like to know more about the legislation for foreign investments, call us on + 359 2 858 10 25 or send us an e-mail to info@lawyer-bulgaria.bg.