Is it compulsory when buying a house or ...

Asked by Anonymous on 22-07-2020 01:46:40
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Is it compulsory when buying a house or immovable property to register it to Deeds office through only Conveyancers lawyers only? 

Can I as individual be able to register my immovable property or house with Deeds Office without the involvement of lwayers or Conveyancers?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 24-07-2020 17:45:28

Q: Is it compulsory when buying a house or immovable property to register it to Deeds office through only Conveyancers lawyers only? --> Yes, only Conveyancers lawyers can transfer properties at the Deeds office.

Q: Can I as individual be able to register my immovable property or house with Deeds Office without the involvement of lwayers or Conveyancers? --> Unfortunately no, you can't

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