Lien Certificates in Mexico
The Lien Certificates or the Certificate of Existence or Non-existence of Encumbraces is the most well-known and requested official document in the country’s (México) public registries.
It is the document by which, the registry of the property attests to the burdens or limitations to the property from which the information is requested, by issuing the certification of the registration state that holds an estate.
When we need to bring to an authority or other person whether moral or physical the condition of non-existence of levies on a property or right, we need to obtain a Certificate of Existence or Non-Existence of Encumbrances (better known as Certificate of Freedom of Encumbrance or lien certificates), which is a service where the Public Registry of Property and Commerce informs about the encumbrances or charges that a good reports.
In order to request it, the data subject must provide the data that is required, which must be clearly and complete for the request to be correct.
When presented, you will be required to provide the following data:
- Name from the principal property
Additional for real estate:
- The actual folio number
- Property address
- Last headline name
Additional for moral persons:
- The number of the merchant folio or moral person folio
- The social reason or name of the association or society
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