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Property Law



Property Law

The property market has always been central to the local economy and forms part of the Malta’s steady growth.

Property sales and re-sales, leasing, developments, conversions, provide a flow of business for notaries, contractors, architects, engineers, real estate agencies and other key players.  

Such acquisitions and sales of land or of immovable property, whether done as an individual or as a company, brings with it various scenarios in terms of financing, taxation issues, permits requirements and other related obligations and matters. Our lawyers are here to discuss with you the legal terms of buying or selling Malta property, whether it is for residential or commercial use.   

Furthermore, property owners often encounter issues of spoliation (spoll), servitudes issues, constant noise pollution from neighbours, incorrect use of property – from residential to commercial, airspace rights, recovery of deposits related to property, dangerous demolitions and excavations next to residential properties, disputes between neighbours, landlords suing tenants, property boundaries, latent defects, deprivation of the use of one’s property, and so on.

At Sciberras Advocates, we can assist with any of the above problems in relation to property.