Basis of acquisition

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1. An apartment may be acquired either on the basis of a plan, during construction phase or when the construction is completed.
2. Where the acquisition of an apartment is made on the basis of a plan or during construction phase, the contract shall be governed by the provisions of a “vente a terme” or “vente en l’état futur d’achèvement” as the case may be, in accordance with the provisions of articles 1601-1 to 1601-45 of the Code Civil Mauricien.
3. No application shall be considered where the acquisition of an apartment is made through the transfer of part sociale in a société which gives right of ownership, occupation usage in an immovable property or any part thereof where the deed is in respect of a “Société Civile Immobilière D’Attribution (SCIA)”.
4. No application shall be considered where the apartment is located in a block of building constructed on “State land” which includes defence lands, Pas Géométriques or projects developed under the Housing Estate Scheme projects.

  1. Who is eligible?
  2. Definition of apartment
  3. Basis of acquisition
  4. SCREENING OF APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED FOR ACQUISITION OF APARTMENT

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