Whether you are selling or buying property, you need the original title deed. It is necessary for the purposes of drafting a deed of transfer which; records the transfer of property from one person to another; carrying over any conditions, prohibitions applicable to the disposal of the property and/or the cancellation of any registered bonds over the property. Original title deeds containing restrictions on the property may not be transferred to a buyer and/or person entitled to the property unless those conditions are met, the same applies to mortgage bonds.
What to do when your title deed is lost or destroyed?
Whether you are selling or buying property, you need the original title deed. It is necessary for the purposes of drafting a deed
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