YES, it is important to have a trustworthy lawyer and notary for any purchase or sale of real estate. If you do not have one, we in the office have excellent professionals we trust who will be happy to help you.
It is important that the lawyer speaks your language and answers all your questions; in order to ensure that the transaction is carried out without any problem.
The lawyer must check that the property to be acquired is correctly registered in the Public Registry of Property in Costa Rica. Check that the registered plan agrees with the plan registered with the Public Registry. Verify that the registry owner agrees with the person who is conducting the negotiation. Those are some of the basic studies that the lawyer must carry out.
All attorneys have a fee table, which is regulated by the Costa Rican Bar Association.
If you have any questions, you can contact us and we will help you.