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Buying Property in Republic of Ireland

Old Jan 7th 2018, 7:01 pm
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Hi All,
Buying Property in Republic of Ireland
A few notes from my experience buying property in RofI.
I am trying to buy a cottage in rural north west of Ireland and to cut a long story short it is mightily time consuming. There is a right of way for the property that has not been written into the deeds, this therefore must be addressed before I can purchase. It is taking many months, I am on month five waiting for the land registry to get their papers in order.
Be warned and good luck!
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Old Jan 16th 2018, 10:00 pm
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Originally Posted by 2018Mountains
Hi All,
Buying Property in Republic of Ireland
A few notes from my experience buying property in RofI.
I am trying to buy a cottage in rural north west of Ireland and to cut a long story short it is mightily time consuming. There is a right of way for the property that has not been written into the deeds, this therefore must be addressed before I can purchase. It is taking many months, I am on month five waiting for the land registry to get their papers in order.
Be warned and good luck!
I am not certain if you're describing the issue correctly or if I understand it correctly? I have had friends in Ireland who bought apartments but the official deed from the land registry took 2 years. Yes, the ownership was registered by the solicitor upon buying and payment, but the physical paperwork was subject to rather long delays. These delays never meant that ownership wasn't transfered.
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