Posts Categorized: Corporations and the Real Estate Market

Corporations and the Real Estate Market

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Corporations and the Real Estate Market    At Lampón & Associates we are frequently asked about the use of corporations for real estate deals.  Recently, we have seen a growing tendency towards the use of corporations for real estate closings in Vieques.  Accordingly, I decided to make some comments on this simple subject which, unfortunately,… Read more »

Seminar This Weekend at Vieques

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Dear Suscriber: We are delivering a seminar at Vieques this Saturday, December 1, 10:00 am sharp at El Quenepo Restaurant in La Esperanza.  We have 5 spots remaining before we call it a “full” seminar. If you want to register, please call Yamila Cruz or Yojaimy Morales at 787-273-6767 to register.  You can also send… Read more »

Forms of Deeds in Puerto Rico – Some further comments

Posted by & filed under Adverse Possession in Puerto Rico, Corporations and the Real Estate Market, The Property Registry, What is "untitled" property?.

Dear Subscriber: A reader posted a question on my video post about Forms of deeds in Puerto Rico.  The question was very interesting and got me to write a detailed comment in response.  Follow this link to gain access to  this additional information which I hope you will find useful. Very truly yours, Santiago F…. Read more »

Exequatur in Puerto Rico

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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

OWNER’S FINANCE – MORTGAGES IN PUERTO RICO

Posted by & filed under Corporations and the Real Estate Market, The Property Registry.

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 »