Deed of sale notary
1 Deed of sale notary on Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:33 pm
2 Re: Deed of sale notary on Fri Mar 02, 2012 6:16 pm
3 Re: Deed of sale notary on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:59 am
It's a great help thank you so much!
4 Old Deed of Sale not Notarized and Planning to Sell the Lot on Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:31 pm
TiagoMontiero wrote:You should have immediately transfered the Certificate of Title to your name. Anyway, if the Deed of Sale is already missing, try to ask the Notary Public if he has a copy, if none, you could execute a joint-affidavit together with the seller, narrating the fact that the buyer was the owner of the property which he sold to you, but the deed of sale was already lost. OR Execute another Deed of Sale dated 2009, have it notarized this 2012.
My concern is somewhat similar to this one. We acquired a lot many years back and we just checked the documents recently as we are planning to sell it. The property title is not yet transferred to our name and upon checking the deed of sale, di pa pala notarized! And that was many years ago! Can we have it notarized now (2012) without encountering problems even if the entries in the deed of sale are dated sometime in 2001?
Thanks in advance for your advice.
5 Re: Deed of sale notary on Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:33 pm
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6 Re: Deed of sale notary on Sun Jun 24, 2012 8:39 am
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8 Re: Deed of sale notary on Sun Jul 06, 2014 2:40 pm
plano ko po ibenta ang aking 120sq.m. residential lot sa isang subdivision dito sa antipolo which i paid for in installment for 2 yrs. 8 mos. and paid a total of P298k. i asked around for the going rate and it seems that i may only profit less than P50k after all expenses (taxes, monthly dues, doc. fees) i incurred since then. my questions:
1. is it okay if i prepare the deed of absolute sale myself or does it have to be prepared by the notary public?
2. how many copies of deed of absolute sale should i prepare (if i were to do it myself)?
3. how much should i pay the notary public for the notarization of said deed?
4. who pays for the notarization of the deed of absolute sale, me (seller) or the buyer?
5. who pays for the documentary stamps?
6. whose responsibility is it to get and pay for fees of the certified true copy of the title?
thanks a lot.
9 deed of absolute sale on Wed Jul 23, 2014 1:09 am
Ask ko lang po sana kung ano po ang pwede kung gawin.magpapagawa po sana ako ng deed of sale .ang problema po kasi ung principal owner po ng house and lot na binili wala po dito sa pinas para pumirma sa deed of sale.any suggestion po na pedeng gawin .kailangan ko na po kasi ang deed of sale for meralco application.thanks!
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