Property transfer after divorce

dan rather

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Any body done this before? What documents should you receive once everything is final? Deeds? Transfer agreement?
 

mf1

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It would be usual for your solicitor to keep you informed of what is happening.

They will be happy to provide you with evidence that the matter has been completed - they can send you a copy of the folio when the matter is
completed.

If there is a mortgage on the property , the Deeds will go back to your lending institution. If there is no mortgage, your solicitor may agree to hold them for safekeeping or may ask you to collect them.

Best to ask your own solicitor.

mf
 

dan rather

Registered User
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It would be usual for your solicitor to keep you informed of what is happening.

They will be happy to provide you with evidence that the matter has been completed - they can send you a copy of the folio when the matter is
completed.

If there is a mortgage on the property , the Deeds will go back to your lending institution. If there is no mortgage, your solicitor may agree to hold them for safekeeping or may ask you to collect them.

Best to ask your own solicitor.

mf
thanks! Any idea how to check the status of property tax payments or whether this is part of the conveyancing process?
 

mf1

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thanks! Any idea how to check the status of property tax payments or whether this is part of the conveyancing process?
You should ask your solicitor.

In the context of a matrimonial transfer, it may or may not have been dealt with as part of the conveyancing process- as in, the transferee took on the property with all liabilities, if any. But, if you were already a part owner, you should know this yourself?

You can also check out the Revenue LPT link and , if necessary, apply to Revenue for access to the LPT system.


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