At True Title, we have the know-how to help real estate professionals deal with the problems posed by interventions, facilities and licenses. We want to find ways to work with brokers to find solutions so that you are all at the end-of-year table. Brokers who discover that such an agreement exists would do well to talk to their neighbour. It is best to know in advance if this person is easy to work with so that you and your buyer can plan accordingly. In some cases, it may be helpful to ask for real relief. However, most of the time, an intervention agreement can be reached by the landowners concerned to deal with the situation without serious reconstruction. True Title is your source of expertise in facilities. They can be difficult to understand, and we are here to help brokers and their clients make informed choices. The excuse “since the purchase of me has been so” will simply not work if the intervention needs to be corrected or prevents further developments. Interventions and facilities are two common real estate problems that can affect commercial and residential homeowners. If you own property such as land and/or buildings that are permanently connected to land, you have certain rights to use your land and buildings at your convenience. Property, this person encroaches on the country of the other.
Some typical interventions are: The order of a real estate survey when buying a property indicates any intervention and can be processed before the closure of the trust. Facilities are also displayed. Often, the intervention can be left with the understanding that if the structure is never removed, it cannot be replaced by the same intervention. In most cases, there are involuntary interventions in real estate due to confusion over the boundaries of a property. However, there are times when an intervention in a property is intentional. If this is the case, the owner has the right to legally eliminate the interventions found on his land. The only time this is not possible is when there is relief.