1. First, determine whether the property you wish to purchase is held under a sale agreement (in which case the rights will be transferred to you by transfer) or if it has a title to the property. The difference between the two is considerable for a number of reasons. If the property is held under a sale agreement, the person is not the «owner» of the property in the legal sense of the word, but what he or she has are the rights of the personality on the ground. When you buy this country, the rights to the country are transferred to it by transfer. This is usually the case for most houses in Chitungwiza and other small towns. In Harare, it is common in Highfields, Mufakose and Mabvuku. On the other hand, if the person selling you the land has a property name, they are the owner of the land in the legal sense. It is advisable to hire a lawyer who can help you understand the nature of the rights of the potential seller in the country. Finally, the right to facilitation (Servitude/erfdienstbaarheid) allows the use of one property to facilitate the use of another property. Facilities may remain in effect indefinitely or over time. The former are legally linked to the ownership of the building concerned (for example, the facilities.
B to forego land adjacent to airports or access public roads). This last point can be agreed between the parties. Owning a property, especially a family home, is a dream for many people. Even investors generally view real estate as a safe long-term investment. The mortgage is authorized to sell the property as a pawn to recover the unpaid debts secured by the mortgage. The greatest interest in freehold real estate is a usufruit or a right to use the property in question and to benefit from its profits and/or its products. This excludes the right to transfer or demolish the property. A usufruit is always linked to the property itself, which ends after 99 years or after the death of the person to whom the right has been granted (in this context, the duration of the usufruit may exceed 99 years and last until the death of the person over 99 years of age). For cash sales, it is advisable to keep the purchase price of either the real estate agent or the transfer transfer into the Trust.
It is not advisable to release the purchase price before the transfer. The beneficiary of the right of pre-emption is entitled to acquire the property under the same conditions as an offer to purchase from a third party.