17.12.2009 BULGARIAN PROPERTIESí Chief Operations Manager: The aim of the new notary law is property transactions to be made only via bank accounts
At present, the deals are often concluded at a price close to the tax valuation of the property and the rest of the sum up to the actual market price is paid after an arrangement between the seller and the buyer, thus saving the higher notary fee.
According to the government the proposed changes will contribute to the prevention of the concealment of the actual price of property deals, to the taxing of property acquisition as per the actual purchase price, to the clarification of the origin of the finances under the deal and to the counteraction to money laundering.
According to the observations and the experience of BULGARIAN PROPERTIES in the last couple of years more and more people conclude deals at actual prices and prefer to pay via bank account as this guarantees the provability of the payments and is more secure.
The changes in short:
With the changes to the law the parties will be obliged to pay only on a bank account and in connection to that the parties will have to present declarations certified by a notary public to the notary that the price specified in the notary deed is the real price, if they have made the payment before the signing of the deed. If the payment is made after the signing of the deed there are two possibilities (but only on a bank account): the first of the possibilities will be the account to be in a bank of their choice as the account must be specified in the notary deed and the second Ė on a special account of the notary as it will not be the subject of forced execution.
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