Nafplion Court House

 

Legal Issues

 

According to Greek Law the purchase contract also known as a Purchase Deed is signed by the buyer and the seller in the presence of:

 

A Public Notary

Advisable to enlist a local public notary, preferably one who speaks English or your language.

He/she is responsible for paying Taxes, Registration and Transference of property into the appropriate local bureaucratic offices in the area.

 
Lawyer/buyer

Advisable to enlist a local lawyer preferably one who speaks English or your language he/she will carry out the search at the local Registry of Mortgages to make sure the seller holds an absolute title deed to the property, and that it is not encumbered by mortgage or claim.

He/she will be present at the signing of the Purchase/Sale Contract.

 
Lawyer/seller

He/she will be present at the signing of the Purchase/Sale Contract.

 
FORMALITIES
  • Both buyer and seller must provide a valid Passport or Official Identity Card (for E.U. Citizens only).

  • A tax number obtainable from the local Inland Revenue Service.

 

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