Definition of a deed of sale
Obtain all the elements drafted by the notary on the day of the sale
A deed of sale is also called a property title.
It is an authentic deed drafted and signed by a public officer, generally a notary, which makes mention of the legal situation of the building and its nature.
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In what cases should one obtain a deed of sale?
- You no longer possess the property title of your property
- Your banker is asking you for proof that you are indeed the owner
- You are involved in an inheritance case and what to know who is the owner
- You wish to obtain details pertaining to a sale