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06 April 2021 / news

Reform of property law – Mortgage in case of split ownership

In our second webinar dedicated to the reform of the property law (new Book 3 in the Civil Code), we discussed the question whether a mortgage can be granted to a financing provider in case the ownership is split between different parties. Below the main take-aways.

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You will find below some points of attention to better understand this new reform and this very particular point which is the Mortgage in case of split ownership.



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