Purchasing a huge property close to the North Pacific Ocean in Hawaii does not put an end to your responsibilities associated with it!!You need to be very particular about the other legal aspects associated with it that have been prescribed by the Federal Law. For example, if you are buying a property that has some disputes associated with it, you may be in trouble later while your heirs claim it after death. Of course, you don’t want your heirs to face such issue when you depart. That is why you need a proper property transaction in Hawaii when you purchase a property.
The term deed may appear quite dicey for you. You may often start thinking ‘what is a deed, haven’t heard about it before.’ A deed is a document which contains certain terms and conditions and enables you to claim your right on something. For example, you buy a property in Hawaii and a third person claims that property from you. If there is any deed of that particular property, you can prove that the property rightfully belongs to you in the Federal Court of Justice. But, the absence of it may compel the Federal Court of Justice to transfer the entire property even if it does not rightfully belong to him. You cannot claim the property by any means.
Who wants to face issues like that after purchasing a property in their most fascinating location near the North Pacific? That is why a deed is a key element while purchasing a property. Since a deed confirms the ownership right of your property, simultaneously while selling the property, the buyer of the property is also expected to own the deed. That will enable both the seller as well as a buyer to remain far away from the legal problems completely.
A proper deed is also mandatory when you are making a will to inherit the property respectively to your heirs. If there is a flaw while making a will the property will be difficult for your heirs to claim after your death. Any third person can claim the property in the Federal Court of Law and there will be no valid document to challenge him or her during those situations. That is why if you are making a will be sure there are no loopholes in it.
The measures that you can follow for avoiding any trouble with the ownership of the property after the property transaction in Hawaii is, make sure that the document is in a written form. A document in written also includes the name of a person who is giving you the ownership of a property. The document also includes the details that the property is not a disputed one.
The key factor that arises while making a will of any property is, often you may not have the wish to transfer your property to your own heir. There may be someone who is close to you but may not be from your own bloodline. That is when a will becomes compulsory for you.
A property can be rightfully yours when every legal parameter is met while transferring the property to someone or while buying it from someone. If you want to gift it to someone who does not belong from your blood line, then also you need to specify it in your will.
Summary: If you are trying to transfer your property to someone or trying to buy it from someone or sell it to someone, it is better and safe if you own a property deed in written documents by the Federal Law of Justice.
The writer of this article is John D'souza who is 85 years old, and fought severe legal battles and challenges to inherit a
property transaction in Hawaii, and had successfully overcome all of them. Now he owns that inherited property on the Hawaiian island and he has decided to live there for the rest of his life.