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What to do after land subdivision survey

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1 What to do after land subdivision survey on Sat Aug 27, 2016 4:33 pm

simplepinoy


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Hi. May nabili po akong portion of land na wala pang titulo dahil portion lang ito ng isang mas malaking lote. Pinasurvey ko na siya as required by the seller bago siya mag-execute ng deed of sale. Ngayon tapos na ung survey and am not sure what to do next. Kailangan ko bang ipa-approve ung subdivision plan sa isang government agency? DENR? O kailangan ko po ba itong gawin once magpapatitulo na ako (which is matatagalan pa dahil kailangan munang magsettle ng taxes nung buong malaking lupa bago ko maipahiwalay at mapatituluhan ung nabili kong portion).

Tinitingnan ko ung subdivision plan and ang tanging pirma lang ay ung sa surveyor at may blank spaces for DENR. Pero sabi nung surveyor wala naman daw un. I'm not sure what he meant (tinext ko siya pero wala pang reply).

Also, may kinausap na akong lawyer before and sabi niya the survey will sort of serve as a reference dun sa gagawing deed of sale kung aling area ang nabili ko. Pero wala naman akong makitang sort of reference number dito sa subdivision plan na pedeng banggitin dun sa deed of sale. And since surveyor lang ang nakapirma, valid po ba itong maituturing?

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2 Re: What to do after land subdivision survey on Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:12 pm

attyLLL


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ask your surveyor how to have the survey plan approved and the lawyer can help with the deed of sale with partition.


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