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Need for an so-called architects certificate.

Need for an so-called architects certificate.

Old Sep 10th 2017, 9:48 am
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Again, I can't speak for other communities, but a "Certificado de no infracion" is a standard part of the sales process here. It's just one of the paperwork items that the Abogado or gestor is responsible for obtaining as part of the process they're charging their (1.2%?) fees for (here, it's paid by the buyer, not the seller).

As a buyer, of course, you can waive your right to it, but that wouldn't be sensible. I have heard of buyers being talked into waiving it, though.
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Old Sep 10th 2017, 11:08 am
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Default Re: Need for an so-called architects certificate.

Originally Posted by amideislas
Again, I can't speak for other communities, but a "Certificado de no infracion" is a standard part of the sales process here. It's just one of the paperwork items that the Abogado or gestor is responsible for obtaining as part of the process they're charging their (1.2%?) fees for (here, it's paid by the buyer, not the seller).

As a buyer, of course, you can waive your right to it, but that wouldn't be sensible. I have heard of buyers being talked into waiving it, though.
Thanks, helpful advice.
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