#1
Okay, just a quick question. Does anyone know about land law?

I've got a property abroad and want to sign my part of the property over to the other investor. Does this have to be signed abroad, or can it be signed in England and then faxed to my oversees lawyer in the country of point, who can then put it through the appropriate channels over there?
#2
Why dont you ask your lawyer?!?!?




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Why dont you ask your lawyer?!?!?

Because the pit is miles cheaper. And i can't ask a lawyer at half 8 at night.
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Why dont you ask your lawyer?!?!?


non-sense!

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^ Yes but if someone knows it's a yes or no answer. I don't really want to pay £120 for a 'yes' or 'no'.
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Okay, just a quick question. Does anyone know about land law?

I've got a property abroad and want to sign my part of the property over to the other investor. Does this have to be signed abroad, or can it be signed in England and then faxed to my oversees lawyer in the country of point, who can then put it through the appropriate channels over there?



It could depend on the country, but I don't think it would matter where it was signed in most cases. People fax signed documents all the time within the same country, so why should it matter if it travels to another?
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I don't know anything about international land law, but I bet google does. Also try searching records of law schools in the countries you're referring to- they generally have good search indicies.
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#10
i reckon you should both have a representative at the signing.
so either you or your lawyer go over, or you get them or their lawyer over here.

or as a reasonably cheaper alternative, you could pay a lawyer in that country to witness the documents getting signed, and then they countersign them. and then you get your lawyer present when you sign.

then if one of you tries to pull out afterwards, you're royally screwed due to the signings having been witnessed by lawyers.

that's what i'd do... just to be safe.
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non-sense!

everyone here is a lawyer, they will help you



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