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Is there any way where I can find out if our house property is mortgaged?

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The issue is that my parents were thinking of selling our ancestral house, and buying a 2bhk... So my dad had discussed shouting this to his brother and he decided to help, he said that he would require the original house papers bcoz the buyer might want to see it... Having faith in him my parents handed the original paper to him... This was 10 years back, till date no luck in selling the house, plus 6 years back my dad expired and also we came to know that my dads brother is involved in fraud cases (expert in forging signature) he also happened to sell his sister properties without her knowledge, which was worth crores . We decided we don t want to sell the house so mom called up and told him to return the house paper... For last one year he kept on delaying saying that he is busy etc.
Last week mom told him that the house needs repairing and we require the house papers. After all the trouble he returned the house papers, only to call back yesterday asking for the papers again.

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asked Apr 20 in Business and Finance by Nickky

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any mortgages on the property are in the court house. You can go down and review or better yet, get a lawyer to do a "title search". It's a couple hundred bucks.
answered Apr 20 by real estate guy
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It depends what country you are in - there will be a central property registry that shows ownership and any debts like mortgages that are outstanding on the property - in the UK you would contact the Land Registry, but you do not say what country you are in, which may not be as well organised. Probably best to ask a local lawyer.
answered Apr 20 by Richard

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