So you’ll get what’s rightfully yours.
Your notary protects you from unwelcome surprises.
Is the seller really the owner of the property? Who supervises the complete and punctual payment of the agreed price? Who informs the taxman, and when? Is the house tied to a mortgage? Who? What? When?
When it comes to land, houses or flats you can’t be careful enough. Even if you have complete faith in your trade partner, legal regulations can often throw up unwelcome surprises along the way.
The notary clears up all relevant circumstances from the beginning, so those surprises don’t even get a chance.