- Type of Land
- Land Size
- Budget Range
- Special Land Options
- Listing status
Dealing with Deslindes and Title Problems:
We offer a number of deslindes and titles services here in the Dominican Republic that deal with contours, altimetry, planimetry, topographical surveys and the deslinde process. We are a legally certified survey office, located in Samana, Dominican Republic. www.demaria.com.do.
Demaria fee-for-service practice focuses on the legal issues of land tenure, land access, land market development, land conflicts, land acquisition and resettlement, and land registration systems in the Dominican Republic with more than 70 million m2 experience only in Samana.
Consultations on Environmental Issues:
We can get you the information you need through things like environmental impact studies, and we can help you make your project more energy efficient and environmentally sound.
Legal Advice for Real Estate Issues:
We are trained to deal with legal documents, notaries, incorporating your company, transfers, valuation and heir determination.
Other Types of Legal Advice:
Chances are, the Dominican Republic is not your country, and you will require special legal help to go through the process of foreign real estate investment. If this is the case, we can offer you support and help you make your purchase. We have extensive experience with Dominican real estate issues, taxes and laws.
Once the process is complete, you will have complete ownership of your property. Property owners are well-protected in the Dominican Republic, even when they are foreign or offshore investors.
If you are thinking about buying a property, we can offer legal consultation that will prepare you to make your purchase. Even if you decide against buying, this consultation service can be valuable.
If you have questions about your rights as a non-citizen, we are here to answer them. Transferring money, becoming a resident and local legislation are all topics we love to discuss.
If you are worried about banking in a foreign country, you need not fear any longer. The Dominican Republic upholds international regulations and standards. This means that you can transfer easily from your bank to a Dominican bank and you have the choice of two currencies: dollars and euros.
A deslinde is an important step in determining the space of a property. It is more official than a regular survey, as the results are determined by the Land Court and state the property's physical space. The deslinde process involves several steps:
a) A legal survey date needs to be set up with a certified office. This appointment should be made by the landowner.
b) The Land Court must be brought in by the survey office to authorize their results.
c) The survey office takes their authorized plot plan to be approved by the Land Court. They must go to the General Surveyor's Section and their plan must include GPS codes.
d) The owner must first authorize the plot plan himself by attaching a letter stating that the information is true.
e) The plan will either be approved or rejected by the General Surveyor's Section.
f) Once the plot plan has been approved, a new authorization is issued by the Land Court. This authorization demands that a new title be issued by the Registrar of Titles.
g) The land owner is issued a new title to the freshly surveyed property.
Measurements for Sanitation:
This is done when the individualized parcel of land is lifted. If the property has never been properly measured, this identifies the location.
This is done when the property owner wants to divide a large plot into several smaller, registered plots.
This is done when the property owner wants to combine two or more adjacent pieces of land. The new lot will integrate all lots together so that they are legally considered a single lot.
This is done using Annotated Proofs to regulate parts of buildings and the way that buildings are located within a specific property.
This act is also referred to as urbanization and involves taking a plot and lifting it in order to divide registered parcels. In order to do this properly, it must first be approved by the authorities and the approval bill must be attached.
This involves defining the terms and properties of a building in order to decide if it can be considered for a condominium development.