Posted by Julie and Rusty on February 3, 2007, 9:18 am, in reply to "Re: Notice from La Huerta"
What a nice surprise if titles are coming soon! Yes we did pay for our title to be submitted in July of 2001. It was $5pesos per meter. It was the same last June when we submitted for title on another piece of bare land. |
The requirements for submitting for title is pretty simple.
The land must have been measured by the Coret. Some of La Manzanilla was measured back in 2000 and 2001. The Ejido has the maps in the office. It's not as much as you think.
Your papers must be in the name of a Mexican Citizen. We were told that building permits and taxes must be in the same Mexican's name-your Presta Nombre. We had to change those papers and it was not cheap. We went to the Notario in Autlan. He was very quick and spoke english- La Huerta was the slow end of the process, but done in 2 visits.
I have no idea what you need to do if your title is in the Ejido's name. We were told back in 2001 that to prevent problems all papers needed to be in a Mexican Citizen's name- not ours or the ejido-no gringos names on anything.
If your property has not been measured it's my understanding that you'll have to wait until the Coret comes back and measures more of La Manzanilla . Just because you had a surveyor measure your land and staked the corners doesn't put it on the "MAP".
I would recommend that if you have the requirements met go to the ejido office and ask to submit for title. They will not come to you. Last June they were surprised so few people had submitted papers. My response was "we didn't know". Your Presta Nombre will need the money, a birth certificate and fill out a simple paper in the ejido office and sign it. That's it!! You do not need to be here. Only your Presta Nomber needs to sign.
Once your Presta Nombre gets title the process of Fido Commiso(Bank Trust) can begin. I have no idea of what that process is , but I bet there will be a bank representative here looking for business once titles are in place. If you want to apply for Mexican citizenship(so you can put teh title in your name) you'll need an FM3 for 5 years and not be out of the country for more than 120 days in one year. I could be wrong on the number of days , but it's something like that. That process takes about a year. You start that process it Colima
For details I might of forgotten see the stuff I wrote back in June.
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