(*) Unless otherwise agreed.
Yes, you can, with the owner’s prior consent. As the price is paid in advance, the owner has more security and will normally be more prone to admit non-structural changes.
Yes, unless otherwise agreed.
The duration is set in the contract between the owner and the “User”.
The terms of the Using are characterized by being of long term. They can vary between 3 and 35 years’ term. Being the most common are between 5 and 10 years’ term.
For the usufructuary of the leasehold: In addition to the Damage Deposit, he supports the expenses of formalization: Stamp Duty (ITP) + Notary and Registry fees.
The rights and obligations of the parties about supplies, Community Owners and the Property Tax (IBI) shall be agreed by the parties.
In Leaseholds the usufruct right is recorded at the Land Registry, which guarantees its peaceful enjoyment.