Help With "quick Deed" Or Removing Someone From A Title

calray

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I own an apartment in San Telmo with a former business partner. I recently bought out her share in the property, having it notarized and apostled in the U.S.
Does anyone have experience with this? Do I go to and Escribano or Escritura?
Any input would be appreciated.
Thanks
 

steveinbsas

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I believe your former partner will have to grant you power of attorney.

I don't know if power of attorney signed in the presence of a notary in the USA that has the Apostille will suffice, but that's something you should ask an escribano (a person) who can make the escritura (a document which will record the change in ownership).

You might shop around a bit. An escribano is likely to ask for 2% of the value of the property. A lawyer might be willing to do this for a lower fee, but I think you will need an escritura to have the property titled in your name only.

If there's and easier (and cheaper) way to accomplish the name change I hope someone will post about it.
 

TomAtAlki

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Daniel Mugaburu is an escribano we know and trust. 4374 3132 He does speak english.
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