Real estate agency Yasmine IMMO
Terms & Conditions
Terms of Sale:
Persons of Tunisian nationality:
For those of Tunisian nationality, sales contracts are realized simply, there is no particular approach to accomplish.
Persons of foreign nationality:
Tunisian law allows a foreigner irrespective of their nationality to
acquire a property in Tunisia in the national urban and residential
Prior to real estate, it is necessary that the foreign buyer ensures
that the property is located in the urban area for this operation,
consult a lawyer to continue the procedure, it is he who fills the
functions of a notary.
Its role is also to file an application for authorization of the
governor and to establish the promise of sale and thereafter finalize
the final deed of sale.
-The purchase of the property is done in three steps through a lawyer:
1. The signing of agreement to sell
In the sales agreement, the reference of the property, the price, the
payment made in advance and information about the identity of the seller
and the buyer must be made.
The documents to be attached:
-Dossier completed and signed by the Governor
-Copy of passport
-Criminal record (B3)
We need the foreign buyer has a criminal record dating back less than 3 months.
-Excerpt from birth
-Sale agreement signed
FOR THE SELLER
Copy-CIN or passport
-Proof of payment of tax to finance the cash
2. Submitting the application to the Governorate
The application must be submitted to the Governorate (Local
government). The foreign buyer makes a request for an administrative
authorization to the Governor of the area where the property is located
to acquire. Such "authority of the Governor" is a condition of validity
for the signing of the final sale. In addition, a period of about 14
months is required before obtaining a positive response to the purchase
request, the case is reviewed by several departments.
3. The signing of the final deed of sale
The final contract of sale must state the number and date of
authorization of the Governor. Document must be signed by both parties.
Thus, the alien must legalize his signature at the consulate. The
contract must be registered with the recipe of Finance. (See Finance Act
2007, s 34). It was during this last stage that the acquirer obtains
A clause in the promise to provide a full refund or part of the amount
paid at the signing if the foreigner does not obtain the approval of the
Governor. The document may also specify a reasonable time to the
prospective purchaser obtains authorization.
At the signing of the sale agreement, the owner agrees not to sell his
property to a person other than the foreign buyer as it has not yet had
"the authority of the Governor."
Tunisian law is always clear with all nationalities without exception!