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Old 21st January 2020, 02:10 PM
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Hi guys,

I need to get a Nota Simple for my villa in El Faro as part of my application for Residencia. What is the easiest or fastest way to go about this?

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I presume you mean you want the escritura to prove you own the property? If that is the case you should have a copy after being in the Notaries.

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I presume you mean you want the escritura to prove you own the property? If that is the case you should have a copy after being in the Notaries.
No, it is an extract of the title as we can obtain in UK from land registry. You can obtain it online in Spain too i think. Escurita is the full title deeds
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Hi guys,

I need to get a Nota Simple for my villa in El Faro as part of my application for Residencia. What is the easiest or fastest way to go about this?

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Go to your local land registry office and ask for a copy.

Alternatively, your notary can get a copy for you.

As said above, the full deeds (ecsritura) will also be OK

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No, it is an extract of the title as we can obtain in UK from land registry. You can obtain it online in Spain too i think. Escurita is the full title deeds
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Go to your local land registry office and ask for a copy.

Alternatively, your notary get get a copy for you.

As said above, the full deeds (ecsritura) will also be OK
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https://www.registradores.org/propie...trucciones.jsp

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Go to your local land registry office and ask for a copy.

Alternatively, your notary can get a copy for you.

As said above, the full deeds (ecsritura) will also be OK




Either would be fine
The Extranjeria require a very recent nota simple to show that there is no mortgage outstanding on the property, and the escritura would not demonstrate that as a loan could have been taken out after the property was purchased.

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Normally the fuengirola office (the place for people living in Mijas to apply) do not require proof of ownership

May I ask why you require it ?

PS an escritura and a nota simple are not alternatives. The former is a copy of the ‘deeds’ at the moment of purchase. Of course there could have been another sale after the date of issue of the copia simple one has. The latter shows debts etc registered against the property


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The Extranjeria require a very recent nota simple to show that there is no mortgage outstanding on the property,
Really? I have never had to demonstrate that my property was free of mortgage debt when registering with Extranjería. Which is just as well because I have 2 outstanding mortgages in Spain!!

I have never heard that a mortgage free property is part of the registration requirements. Is that a local requirement imposed by some office? I would be tempted to challenge that if so, seems pretty harsh. What if you are renting?

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When applying for residence status, the ownership of a property, by oneself or partner, can be used to prove one has sufficient funds when one does not have, or is unable to prove an income

That was why I said proof of ownership of a property is not normally required
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When applying for residence status, the ownership of a property, by oneself or partner, can be used to prove one has sufficient funds when one does not have, or is unable to prove an income

That was why I said proof of ownership of a property is not normally required
Makes sense I suppose.

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