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Old 26th September 2012, 19:00   #1 (permalink)
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I have a non notarized danish sales contract. Is there a way of checking if there is a legal turkish version somewhere without notifying the emlak who I do not trust?
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Non notarısed.
Not worth the paper ıts wrııten on.
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I have a non notarized danish sales contract. Is there a way of checking if there is a legal turkish version somewhere without notifying the emlak who I do not trust?
Go to a Notary translator, go into the Notary Office & they will get you one. Just because a contract is not "notorised" does not always mean that its waste paper, even more so if you bought "off plan". The off plan is the builder specifying "the build" along with what he is offering to build for YOU, for a property that is already built that is a "sales agreement", which is a lot more weaker.

You or should I say “we” hold so much faith in a Notarised contract. There’s a BIG piece missing in that faith, has the builder got the money when it goes tits up? Then how good is ANY contract? So maybe the thought should be beyond the contract & more to putting a charge prior to signing a contract on his assets to the value of what you’re paying over to him. Banks will not give a loan on a Tapu if there is a debt on it & if things go wrong the first debt is the one that gets paid.
Yes but in the UK................................you’re not in the UK. But if you were, you are entitled to pay cash for a property & if you do there is no requirement for you to have a “search” done, of course you would do it because that’s what we do. When using a lawyer here most people DO NOT pay for a search as in debts etc, yes you have the Military Search but that is nothing to do with the financial side of the property. You pay the lawyer for the contract; it may help new buyers to PAY the lawyer for a search on ownership & debt as well.
Work this one out: Turk & a Brit go into a lawyer’s office with two British clients, the deal? Land investment, buy it now & we will sell it later for you at a big profit. Straightaway the Brits are paying over the odds for the land but.............the £s signs are there. Of course it’s explained that “we need to hold onto the land for a bit & when the right offer pops up......”. The lawyer points out the pitfalls, the agents want that land in their names so it means you’re using your money to buy land for the agent to make a profit. Q what is stopping the agents borrowing on that land? Answer WE ARE NOT LIKE THAT. The Brits say we need to think about this & away they all go. Next day they are back with the agents and sign a contract of which the lawyer less than 24 hours earlier warned them against.
The lawyer has been clever enough to put in the contract that the “buyers” have had all the dangers explained to them, why? Could it be the lawyer knows what is going to happen?
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Spurs never heard of that.So If the contract is between me, the real estator and the builder and we all signed it..I can get it notarized without the other two present? Did I misunderstand something cos it sounds odd. Hope you are right anyways :-)

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Spur never heard of that.So If the contract is between me, the real estator and the builder and we all signed it..I can get it notarized without the other two present? Did I misunderstand something cos it sounds odd.
Yes I think you did misunderstand or I did, you could NOT get a contract Notorized without the people involved in the contract being present & signing (unless there are POAs about). I was more under the guise that you wanted to understand the contract if it was in Turkish. Sorry
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