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The Law of Hidden Defects in Mexico

Hidden defects are an important point in the process of purchasing a property in Mexico. The definition of hidden defects is those possible defects that a property may have, which could not be known to the buyer at the time of purchase. A defect is classified as a "hidden defect" if: It is not obvious and cannot be recognized by a simple inspection. The buyer is unaware of the defect. The property was defective at the time of the sale. The seller is responsible for a hidden defect even if they were unaware of the defect. The seller will be obliged to repair...

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Hiring Legal Counsel For Your Homeowners Association

Serving on a Homeowners Association board can be time-consuming and at times stressful. There are many regulations and laws, including state and condo laws which the complex must abide by; it can be difficult to understand and comply with the various legal obligations. Moreover, since the condominium complex is made up of many different personalities, emotions can run high when you are addressing issues regarding people's homes and their investments. It is always best to have legal counsel on board before problems arise, be prepared and do not wait till there are serious issues before hiring an attorney. Competent legal...

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Signing a Rental Contract in Quintana Roo

Although there are laws in place to protect tenants and property owners, Mexican rental agreements have few regulations, allowing a rental contract to be somewhat open to negotiation between the landlord and the tenant. Once you have agreed on a price and duration of the rental agreement, you should have a contract drawn up with the owner or their representative. It is not necessary to have the agreement notarized as it is a legal document if the tenant and the landlord have signed the contract. A rental agreement is a private legal contract, and it will grant the temporary tenant use of...

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Mexican Immigration For Canadians Living, Retiring Or Working In Mexico

So, you are thinking about moving to Mexico, it is possible for Canadians to live in Mexico permanently. Many Canadians are living, retiring, and even working in Mexico. Although the Mexican Immigration laws can be daunting, MexLaw can help to gain the visa you require to stay in Mexico. Mexican Immigration laws require Canadians who are thinking about retiring in Mexico, prove they can support themselves for the duration of their stay, whether that be from a retirement pension, investments, owning a business or owning property here in Mexico. Canadians relocating to Mexico may apply for a Temporary Resident Visa or...

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