Let's read everything carefully: The certificate of ownership of real estate In the country there is a unified system concerning the registration of the necessary documents of ownership of real estate.
The main state body that is engaged in the implementation of procedures related to the registration of documents on real estate is the cadastral office. The validity and legality of the transaction is guaranteed directly at the state level. The execution of each purchase and sale transaction is necessarily registered in a special register journal, where the acquiring person or organization receives a registration number that allows identifying the acquired property.
Documents that reflect the fact of the sale or purchase of housing are stored in certain archives of the State Administration of the Land Cadastre and the State Registration Chamber. A single valid document confirming the ownership of a specific real estate object is a "certificate of ownership of real estate" - or Tapu in Turkish.
The owners of real estate have the right to act as individuals or groups of individuals, as well as legal entities. Notary bureaus in Turkey, as well as Turkish notaries, do not have special powers to conclude, execute real estate purchase and sale transactions, as well as register them. The notary is only allowed to certify the purchase and sale agreements stipulating the terms of payment, as well as the cost of the transaction.
The following documents are required for registration of any apartment purchase and sale transaction:
1 Contract for the purchase and sale of a house, apartment or any other immovable property. This contract is concluded between the seller and the buyer of the property object. Being intermediaries in the purchase and sale, consultants will witness the fact of the transaction. The contract must contain such provisions as: Information about the seller and the buyer, Information about the real estate object that is the subject of the contract (floor layout, construction features, date of commissioning of the building, and so on), Payment terms, Obligations of the selling and buying parties, Legislative and legal procedures. Required documents: Three photographs (their size should be 3x4 cm), Two copies of a photocopy of a passport or identity card, the surnames of the mother and father, their names both on the buyer's side and on the seller's side.
2 Obtaining the so-called individual taxpayer number When is the individual taxpayer number obtained? As a rule, it can be obtained immediately upon presentation of a passport at any local tax office. The presence of such a number is a prerequisite for the registration of any real estate object, when opening a bank account, as well as when concluding contracts for the provision of services for the telephone communication that we need so much, and so on.
3 Opening a bank account In the name of the buyer, a bank account can be opened in any Turkish bank. As a result, the procedure for transferring a sum of money to pay for the cost of the purchased object is greatly simplified. In addition, it is possible to minimize the various routine chores of paying bills for water, electricity and telephone, instructing the bank to automatically make such payments using your bank account.
4 At the request of the client, a notarized power of attorney may be executed. Any buyer of property has the opportunity to entrust the management of all cases (official procedures) on his behalf to a real estate consultant. This may be the provision of documents to the state registration chamber, payment of all subscriber bills, for example, for telephone services and electricity. In addition to the consultant, a power of attorney may be issued to another person specified as the buyer's representative. The main thing is that there should be a notarized power of attorney drawn up for a consultant or other person.
5 Required permits from various government agencies. We are talking about an official request for the alienation of a certain real estate object, which is submitted to the state registration chamber (its local branch) of the district or territorial-administrative entity within which the specified object is located. The purpose of submitting such a request is to confirm that the housing object being purchased is not located on the territory owned by the army and used by it for its needs. Currently, there is no need to obtain permission from the military department on the territory of Turkey in the event that a request for the purchase of facilities on the same site has already been considered by someone's application at least once since May 5, 2011. Thus, in the vast majority of cases, the process of obtaining a permit is formal and takes not 6-8 weeks, as before, but several days.
6 Transfer of ownership rights to the owner of the property. After receiving all the necessary permits provided by state bodies, the long-awaited ownership of a certain real estate object is transferred to the buyer from the seller directly at the offices of the State Registration Chamber. The presence of an officially accredited translator is mandatory. Such a procedure can be carried out by a representative authorized by the buyer or seller, or by both parties, if there is a notarized power of attorney.
Sale of real estate transfer of it to inheritance. At any appropriate time, the acquired property can be sold at the desired price, and the funds received from the sale can be freely transferred abroad. The resolution of issues related to the redistribution of property rights that arise as a result, for example, of the death of the owner of real estate, is carried out according to a will drawn up in the presence of an accredited translator in the State Land Cadastre Administration.
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