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The most promising investment apart from gold is land, just owning a piece of land is very promising. Because the value of land will tend to increase over time, apart from being used as an investment tool, land can also be used as a place to live.
If you own land, whether inherited from your parents or bought from another party, then you should immediately change the name of the land certificate. So that the land officially or legally becomes your property.
However, what if the land you get or buy comes from an owner who has died? What you need to do when the previous land owner has died. This is how to change the name of a land certificate with various requirements.
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How to change the name of a land certificate if the owner has died
Here’s how to change the name of a land certificate if the owner dies:
The first thing you do is look for the heirs of the land seller. If an heir has been found, then you need to get an inheritance certificate to find out the heirs, because if the seller has died then the heirs have the right to process the sale and purchase of land. The heir must change the name or inherit from the deceased owner first. After that, buying and selling can be carried out between the heirs and the buyer. Next, submit the required documents to the Land Deed Making Officer (PPAT) to make a sale and purchase deed (AJB).
Required Documents for Sellers
The required documents that must be completed by sellers are as follows:
Original SPPT PBB certificate for the last year and proof of payment Photocopy of KTP and KK Photocopy of marriage certificate if the owner is married, if the owner is not married then a certificate of never having been married is required Photocopy of death certificate Photocopy of legalized SKW (inheritance certificate) Photocopy of NPWP
Document Requirements Required for Buyers
Meanwhile, the documents required for buyers are as follows:
Photocopy of KTP and KK Photocopy of NPWP
After that, the buying and selling process continues with the steps of making an AJB (Deed of Sale and Purchase) by the PPAT (Land Deed Making Official). PPAT will of course then check again the validity of the initial certificate and the status of land ownership.
If everything is complete, then PPAT can take the file to BPN (National Land Agency) to then replace the name of the previous owner with the land buyer. This process takes 5 days – 1 month.
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Change Name at BPN Office Independently
Apart from going through PPAT, you can also change the name of the land certificate independently. Here’s how:
Come to the BPN office in the area where your property is located. Bring personal identity documents. Bring a certificate of inheritance. Carry out the payment process. Name change process takes 38 days.
3 Important Things Before Changing the Name of a Land Certificate
There are three things that are important for you to pay attention to before carrying out the process of changing the name of a land certificate, including the following:
Location and area of land. The physical condition of the land must be clear and so that there is no overlap with other people’s land. The status of land ownership must also be completely clear whether the land is SHM, grant, girik or inheritance. The costs that must be incurred must also be taken into account so that the name change process can proceed quickly according to plan.
That is the information behind the name of the land certificate if the owner has died. Make sure you can follow the methods above properly. Hope it is useful.
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