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You definitely need a building licence (licencia de obras) from you local town hall upon which you will be charged tax as a % of the value of the total work.
Not sure about entering on escritura, would not have thought so. I know this is not the UK but, for example, if you have an extension to your property you don't have to have this entered on your deeds.
Joined: Jan 22, 2004 Posts: 2151 Location: near Albox
Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 1:55 pm Post subject:
I would imagine that any future buyer would want to see the deeds but would probably consider that everything was included and therefore not even query whether or not there were separate deeds for the pool or the garage... the notary who signs the deeds over to the new buyer would most definitely not question anything. My advice is "forget it" and if at any time a problem should arise, then tackle the original development company or builder about it - most unlikely, I think. _________________ Ahana - Moderator
Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 3:29 pm Post subject: licences
Thank you Ahana for the positive response.
I was going to leave it - we're not selling up for at least 5+ years - then we'll be looking for somewhere nearer a small town or village - so that the zimmerframe can shuffle along to the nearest bar!!!!
I do feel for those who are trying to sell up now - it's not an easy time - but for now - we're staying put and enjoying the weather that we're getting at the moment.
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