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Unraveling Property Location Note: A Versatile Legal Tool


In the legal realm, the Property Location Note emerges as a valuable informative tool. Issued by the Property Registries, this document provides a detailed overview of properties or rights on estates registered under an individual or legal entity's name. Here's everything you need to know about this service:


What is the Property Location Note?


The Property Location Note, also known as a Title Note, serves as a compilation of information that specifically identifies an individual (via ID, foreigner ID, or company ID) and outlines properties or rights on estates registered in a particular Property Registry. Additionally, it provides details about the province and municipality where the consulted estate is located.


Practical Uses of the Property Location Note:


1. Debt Recovery: Identifying properties of debtors to initiate legal actions.

2. Preventive Seizures: Locating properties for the execution of preventive seizures.

3. Execution of Judicial Judgments: Designating assets by identifying and locating properties.

4. Intestacies: Identifying and locating properties of individuals who passed away without a will, facilitating the search for heirs.

5. Disputes Among Partners: Investigating properties in disputes within commercial or marital partnerships.

6. Pension or Compensation Claims: Investigating asset solvency for claims of alimony or compensatory payments in divorce cases.



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