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In the fourth and final continuation on the new Property Law, the topics discussed will be: Unregistered long leases
In the third continuation on the new Property Law, the topics discussed will include: Common hold Registration (Multi-Owned Buildings), Registration of Third Party Interests, Practical Issues on Registration, Dealing with Property Disputes
As continuation of our previous article, the topics under discussion in this article are: Registration at the Land Department, Void Transactions, How a person can prove his Ownership of a Property and How one can inspect the Property Register.
The long awaited ‘Property Law for Dubai’ has now been passed and has been met with a great deal of interest and excitement amongst everybody involved in the real estate sector in Dubai - developers, investors, lawyers, bankers and brokers.
Sporting and recreational facilities in Dubai are exceptional and major international sporting events are staged at various times of the year. As spectator or participant, you can indulge any or all of your sporting passions in the UAE.
With a little over a month left for Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) to kick start, DUBAI is gearing up to bring out yet another edition of wholesome entertainment for the entire family.
Freehold properties are attracting a large share of foreign ownership due to increased opportunities and quick returns on investments. Rental yields are expected to remain at high level as the freehold properties being offered are very unique.
The owner of a freehold title of real estate enjoys the most superior form of private ownership. A freeholder is considered to be the absolute owner of the land and buildings comprised in his title; he has the right to occupy, use and enjoy his property forever.
Overseas investors have been permitted to purchase property in Dubai from nominated residential developments since 2002. A number of real estate projects are already available and others are on track.
Ardent shoppers will find plenty of opportunities to develop their skills and flex their plastic. Prices are competitive for many products, from gold to electronic goods, and textiles to designer labels.