Escritura (escritura de compra-venta) in Spain is a document confirming the right of a new buyer to own real estate, in other words, a Purchase and sale deed.
Escritura is an official, notarized document certifying the change of the legal owner of the property after the purchase and sale of housing. The Spanish Purchase and sale deed is signed and certified not only by the buyer and seller, but also by a notary, a translator and a lawyer who officially accompanies the transaction. The Purchase and sale deed signed by a notary is transferred to the Property Registry to update the data on the owner of the property.
Escritura is compiled exclusively in Spanish, even in cases where a foreigner plans to become the new owner of the property. The issued Purchase and sale deed remains for storage in the notary's office that was engaged in its issue.
The original Purchase and sale deed, as already mentioned, will be kept in the notary office that executed the transaction. If the need arises, you can always get a copy of your Purchase and sale deed - certified or not. Uncertified copies of the Escritura do not have legal force, but notaries issue them quickly enough: within a day or two. It will take a little longer to receive a copy of the Purchase and sale deed certified by a notary, in addition, this service is paid - about 50 €. To receive the service, you will need to provide the notary with a copy of your passport or NIE
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