Property law malta
We provide a full service in connection with the drafting, review and negotiation of preliminary agreements proposed by the seller.
The procedure for the acquisition of property in Malta consists in choosing a property and agreeing on a price with the vendor. Subsequent to the agreement, we draw up a preliminary agreement which is signed by both parties. This contract binds the parties to uphold their agreement for the sale subject to any conditions which were agreed to by the parties.
We provide a full service in connection with the drafting, review and negotiation of preliminary agreements proposed by the sellers. Our firm conducts the necessary legal searches and trace the seller’s title to the property during the term of the Preliminary Agreement to determine the property’s rightful owner and that it is not affected by any liabilities (hypothecs, privileges, etc.) burdening the property.
Instruction is given to an architect to check whether all the required planning permits are in place and to ensure that the property is vacant so it is available for immediate possession.
Furthermore, our firm handles the application for the AIP permit required by non-residents who are seeking to acquire property in Malta and also the drafting of Maltese wills to govern your property in Malta.
Whether you’re going through separation, divorce or annulment our hallmark of client-work relationship has always been our commitment to provide personalized and professional legal advice and all the support required to help your family get through the crisis.
With vast experience in drafting and contract vetting, we provide
drafting services of contracts and legal documents which are specifically designed to address each client’s particular
needs and circumstances