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I purchased an 3-room apartment in Patriashy with two other Russians. I now want to sell my third share, can I make them sell what is the legal position?
George Doran
Dear George,
If all three of you are the owners of the apartment, then, in order to sell your third of the property, you need to take the following steps:
- the other 2 owners have the right of first refusal to buy your third of the apartment, so first you must make them an official offer to buy your third. In order to do that, you should have a notary compose an official sale notification which the notary should send to the other two owners to their registered addresses. Any competent notary would have a draft copy of a sale notification to hand.
- during the next 30 days, the other two owners have the right either to agree or refuse to buy your share. Should they refuse to buy, we would recommend that you ask them to write a notarised statement to the effect that they refuse to purchase your share of the property. Afterwards you could sell your share to any buyer on the market.
- should they agree to buy your share, you will need to prepare all the documents necessary for the transaction.
- you could also offer the other two owners to sell their shares too, but this would have to be a decision upon which you all agree.
I hope that this response fully answers your question. Should you need any further information and/or clarification, then please feel free to call me for a completely confidential discussion on (495) 775-2240. Best regards,
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