Pakistan is a memorable and exciting country with tons to offer visitors, comprising the historical Pakistani heritage monuments, the renaissance beauty and fashion metropolis cities.
Pakistan has four seasons: a cool, dry winter from December through February; a hot, dry spring from March through May; the summer rainy season, or southwest monsoon period, from June through September; and the retreating monsoon period of October and November. The onset and duration of these seasons vary somewhat according to location.
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In Pakistan, the foreigners can’t purchase a property unless they wish to buy it on their company’s name that requires a lengthy and complex legal procedure. Ask your agent to guide you through the process
Before buying property in Pakistan a complete and thorough probe in respect of title of the seller to the real estate must be carried out. A general practice is to investigate title of the current seller and any previous owner. Original title document in favor of the vendor must be obtained along with other relevant documents including mutation in favor of the vendor, a fresh copy of fard, aks shajra and no-objection certificate or non-encumbrance certificate as the case may be. If the vendor is selling the property in the capacity of an attorney of the owner then it must be ensured that the power of attorney is duly registered with the relevant sub-registrar. A holder of a forged and fabricated power of attorney is not at all able to transfer a valid title in an immovable property to a third party. Patwaari, an officer in the patwaar khana is supposed to transfer the property to your name. This process is called as 'intaqaal'. Take the registry file to the registrar office and confirm that the property you want to buy is original. Registrar office holds the registries of properties and you can visit the registrar office in the district courts, which hold separate departments dealing with the properties. After transferring property to your name, the Patwaari issues 'Fard' (a document that confirms the transfer of property), which shows that the property has been transferred to your name. Once you confirm the legitimacy of property, you need to go to Patwaar Khana (a separate office for each locality that maintains the property records and also deals with the transfer of the ownership of properties) After making mind for buying a particular property, you must give token(an initial part payment) to the seller for getting the photo copy of original property file, which in fact is the registry file of the property. Take the original registry from the owner after settling the property deal to the related patwaar khana. Registry file confirms the real ownership of the property and its other particulars which confirm the location, area and value of the property.