Book the National Control Board (LCB) meeting. The LCB is a forum made up of Assistant County Commissioners (formerly known as DOs) and village elders who meet once a month. They are the ones who give the final agreement for the sale of the land. Their mission is to protect the seller from self-destruction, for example. B, if a man sells land without the woman`s knowledge and they have nowhere to go or if the country sold is a clan or community country. LCB costs Ksh1000. After receiving the full documents from the seller, the buyer is required, in exchange for the documents, to pay the entire balance against the country by his lawyers to conclude the registration of the documents after the payment of the necessary stamp duty. The agreement is signed when a seller wants to make a private sale, will finance the purchase of the buyer or if the transaction is made between the family members. The contract can be used for all types of sale or purchase of real estate as long as the apartment has been previously owned, or is concluded until the end date of the agreement. Go to the City Council (municipality or county) to confirm all the unpaid land prices that you must consider in deciding the purchase price.

Die Kosten variable von Landkreis zu Landkreis. In Nairobi, you need a Certificate of Approval from Nairobi City County, which costs 7500 Ksh and should be ready normally within two hours. Once the buyer is satisfied with the search results, as presented by his land registry and business registry lawyers, they then become their lawyer in order to prepare an offer. The lawyer concerned should establish a statement of offer or intent with the information provided by the seller and buyer, the description of the property offered and the proposed purchase price and payment terms. Once the registration process is complete, the rightful ownership of the property belongs to the owner. Once you all accept that the buyer and seller is, you need to make sure that the offer contains both the terms and conditions. It is generally designed by the seller`s lawyer and subject to the approval of the buyer`s lawyer. After the conclusion of the sale agreement, the agreed down payment will be deposited by the buyer into the seller`s account through his lawyer. The tax payable is determined by a government appraiser and the assessment is carried out to determine the actual value of the land on the open market at the time of the transfer. The aim is to determine the value presented in the instruments to determine whether or not the value indicated in the instruments is increased. It is the buyer`s responsibility to pay stamp duty, a tax levied on all land.

They must pay a stamp duty on the basis of the value of the land, i.e. four per cent for the municipalities and two per cent for the reserve. The law stipulates that any land transaction must be made in writing. It is very advisable to have a lawyer (even if it is not mandatory). According to the tariff made available by the Law Society of Kenya, the lawyer should calculate Ksh3000 if the land costs are 1,000,000 Ksh and Ksh8,000 if the land value is greater than Ksh1,000,000. The lawyer`s costs are generally divided equally between the buyer and the seller. After all payments, the seller signs state transfer forms which, with the agreement of LCB, Landsuche, Reumung by the Kreis-/Gemeinderat, Passfotos, KRA-PIN, Accord and former title denomination, are submitted to the Ministry of the Land for the modification of the property. It`s expensive for Ksh5,000 to process new titles that should be ready within two weeks. The sale and sale agreement is an agreement on the terms of the residential real estate agreement between a seller and a buyer. It only applies to buildings that have been completed. The seller`s lawyer establishes transfer documents executed by both the buyer and the seller. The transmission documents will not be executed until after the transfer has been granted by the Commissioner of the Land.