I present the last episode of the series, in which I discuss the subdivision of the structures in connection to the issues of land improperly subdivided. This video includes links to the previous videos, but you do not need to watch them in any given order. Remember that comments, questions and ideas for future posts… Read more »
As a matter of course, titles are commonly recorded at the Puerto Rico Property Registry. Through this video, lawyer and notary public Santiago F. Lampón presents an introduction of what to do when you need to find a title registered within the Puerto Rico Property Registry.
This post is a sequel to Part 1 published by lawyer and notary Santiago F. Lampón. On this post, Mr. Lampón covers the search for a registered title when the parties lack the basic information which identifies the property.
I am covering a subject which comes up regularly during my practice. The main reason for the interest on this subject, is the need to complete the inheritance process as a condition precedent to a sale. Frequently, heirs ignore the complexities and necessity to deal with inheritance issues on a timely fashion. I have found… Read more »
Real estate closings in Puerto Rico are distinctively unique in comparison to closings across most of the United States of America and other English speaking countries. Many individuals are not aware, that there is an almost direct relationship or “connection” between the language spoken and the legal system followed in any given country. Across Latin… Read more »
Through this video, #2 in a series of 4, lawyer and notary public Santiago F. Lampón continues the discussion on property taxes in connection to real estate transactions under Puerto Rico Law. This particular video covers the segregation of a property at the property tax records, which are not the same as property registry records,… Read more »
The assessment and payment of property taxes has become a significant issues with regards to performing closings in Puerto Rico. Through a series of videos on the subject, lawyer and notary public Santiago F. Lampón goes into some misconceptions, and also how this issue it ties up with a real estate closing in Puerto Rico…. Read more »
Completing the series of episodes on property taxes, in this video lawyer and notary public Santiago F. Lampón covers the use of an escrow account to cover the potential liability for property taxes. While you should watch all episodes if you have questions about property taxes in Puerto Rico, this video stands on its own… Read more »
If you own real estate in Puerto Rico and you rent it, this video is for you. If you conduct any business in Puerto Rico, this video is for you. Please wacth it now and contact your accountant, CPA or tax lawyer promptly. The changes to the sales tax are significant, but there is one… Read more »
During the course of dealing with real estate issues, I have learned that many property owners are not aware that this is an area of potential liability which could be easily avoided, There are no grey areas here and through this video I explain why. The protection provided is extraordinary, but the requirements to achieve… Read more »