Land Property

Is the Doctrine of Sanctity of a Title Absolute or Legal Fiction? (Part 2: Possessing a Title is not conclusive proof of ownership of a Property)

Person A bought a parcel of land in the 80’s and was irregularly issued with a Certificate of Title by the Nairobi land registry. Over the years there have been subsequent transfers. Currently, the land is lawfully registered to Person B who has constructed a development consisting of 100 apartments for sale after acquiring all the necessary approvals. The development was ranked as the best place to live in Nairobi in 2022, subsequently, all the apartments quickly sold off.

What you Need to Know About Rent-To-Own a Home

  If you are like most first-time homebuyers, you will need a mortgage to finance the purchase of a new house. To qualify for a mortgage, you must have a good credit score and cash for a down payment that is usually between 10-20% of the purchase price. Without meeting these initial conditions, the traditional route to homeownership may not be an option in today's real estate...

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