Certificado Libertad de Gravamen

The Certificado Libertad de Gravamen, or in English, Certificate of No Liens, is an essential document that the Municipality issues to verify the absence of liens on the title a property in Mexico. The certificate is a necessary requirement when purchasing a home in Mexico, and its primary purpose is to protect the buyer from any encumbrances on the property.

This certificate is issued by the Public Registry of Property and Commerce and confirms that the property is free from any outstanding debts, liens, or encumbrances. The certificate is typically valid for 90 days, but it can be renewed by submitting a new payment to the notary’s office.

Failing to obtain this document can result in the loss of the buyer’s purchase money or even the property itself if any liens or encumbrances are later discovered. Therefore, it is critical to obtain this certificate as part of the property purchasing process.

If you are unsure about the legal process of buying property in Mexico, it is essential to consult a reputable lawyer or real estate agent for help. Send us a message below to get started.

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