Property department

Representing parties in purchasing property

The process of purchasing property may take various forms. The two most common ones are purchasing a communal property or from a private owner. They differ in the manner of conducting the transaction.

If a given property belongs to the commune it may be purchased only by means of a tender procedure. The invitation to tender procedure is published on relevant websites, in communal newsletters, on bulletin boards in public offices and in local press.

Once the results of a tender procedure are announced, the winner concludes a sales agreement with the commune in the form of a notarial deed. It should be borne in mind that, in principle, an unlimited number of interested parties can partake in a tender procedure.

In the light of the foregoing, purchasing property from a private owner may seem easier. It does not require conducting a tender procedure – the interested parties (the seller and the purchaser) negotiate the terms and conditions of the purchase and conclude an agreement in the form of a notarial deed.

CGO Legal law firm represents Clients in both of the forms discussed above. We also assist in determining the legal status of the property, gathering necessary documentation and track the course of the transaction supporting its successful finalization.

We encourage you to contact us to obtain more details.