Dear Subscriber: Here is a link to my newest article on the subject of “exequaturs” in Puerto Rico. Click on the link and you will see a definition on what the process is and its uses. http://www.puertoricolegalblog.com/exequatur-in-puerto-rico/ I have had to work with many of these in Vieques. Yours, Santiago F. Lampón
On January 24, 2008, I published an article on this blog which I have expanded and re-published at www.PuertoLegalBlog.com which you may access and read here completely free. The revised article is fully applicable to adverse possession claims in Vieques. Yours, Santiago F. Lampón
I present to you a new video on the subject of adverse possession. In this video, I focus on an aspect of adverse possession claims in Puerto Rico which is easily misunderstood. As an additional note, you may also read my recent article on this subject here. I hope you enjoy the video and the article,… Read more »
In my real estate practice, I have found a recurring problem regarding the cancellation of a mortgage once it has been paid in full. These issues affect both the lender and the borrower and usually present themselves towards the end of the relationship. Surprisingly enough, I recently participated in a closing involving a major US… Read more »
In this video, I present the overall description of titled vs. un-titled properties, briefly describing the differences and some of the misconceptions associated with these. I also provide an introduction on what it takes to convert un-titled property into titled. Enjoy!
Following my video on Titled vs. Un-titled Property I decided to expand on the practical definition or use of the term “adverse” and here it is.
Here is my latest video, this time on a subject I have found to be unknown by a many individuals who operate under a limited liability company or corporation in Puerto Rico. The subject of liability I discuss and which is clearly identified in the video, deals mostly with LLCs or corporations created outside of… Read more »
Puerto Rico Law is very particular in many aspects, to the point that it significantly differentiates itself from legal matters which non-residents of Puerto Rico may consider “obvious” or a matter of “common sense.” In this video, lawyer and notary Santiago Lampón clarifies two essential aspects regarding couples not married under Puerto Rico Law.
Dear Reader: Here is the link to my latest video on real estate transactions in Puerto Rico. With regards to Vieques and property not registered at the Property Registry, the notice on this video does not applies directly; but please let me know if you have any questions after watching it. Yours, Santiago F. Lampón
Looking into the future subdivision and sale of land in Puerto Rico, in this video I discuss important items an owner needs to consider when subdividing land in Puerto Rico.