Subdividing a land

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  1. Corzhens

    Corzhens Senior Investor

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    A friend recently asked help with their inheritance. The 6 hectares of land is located in the province which they inherited from their grandparents. Now, the problem is how to go about it since the children of their grandparents are all dead and the heirs appear to be the grandchildren. The second question is how to subdivide the land into a residential village so each heir will get one lot each and the rest is to be sold.

    I had no quick answers.
     
  2. JR Ewing

    JR Ewing Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Over here, we have to go to attorneys for such things.
     
  3. L_B

    L_B Well-Known Member

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    You would have to talk to a lawyer about this one so that everything is done properly.
    That way you will know what your rights are. It is a complicated situation and they could
    definitely get things going in the right direction. Make a few calls and see what you can find
    out. Some lawyers offer a free initial visit to discuss matters. Good luck.
     
  4. Corzhens

    Corzhens Senior Investor

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    The last update I got about that 6-hectare property is the case that the clan had filed with the land registration authority to get a clean title in the name of one living heir. And then they would proceed with the subdiving once the case is cleared and the title is transferred. But the problem now is the cost of litigation for they need a lawyer (which is expensive in that case) and the case may drag on for several years - this thing baffles me. A guy in that court approached the petitioners and offered their help, saying he can work it out so the title can come out before Christmas. Oh, really?
     
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