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Returning Polish expat wishing to purchase property in Poland


perkujki 4 | 24
3 Apr 2011  #1
A different twist regarding purchasing property. A Polish expat living abroad for many years is interested in returning home someday and purchasing either a flat or perhaps land and home in an agricultural area. They hold a current Polish passport but have no other Polish documents although they could use a relatives local address. Any thoughts or advice on what might be nneded? We would be talking about a remote Gimina that might not be very familiar with different situations.

Thanks
delphiandomine 83 | 17,626
3 Apr 2011  #2
Any thoughts or advice on what might be nneded?

Nothing special, they just need to follow the normal Polish route of property purchasing.

The gmina isn't going to care less - they're a Polish citizen.
inkrakow 1 | 98
4 Apr 2011  #3
It's the notary who will do the paperwork anyway. I've found that our remote gmina was actually far easier to deal with and more helpful than the overworked and harassed uzrędniczki in Kraków.
OP perkujki 4 | 24
7 Apr 2011  #4
Thanks. Just checking. Many years ago there was an internal passport of some sort required for government transactions.


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