Who is eligible?

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The following non-citizens are eligible to submit an application to acquire one or more apartment(s) for use as residence:
a) A non-citizen
b) A holder of Permanent Residence Permit
c) A holder of an Occupation Permit as investor, professional and self employed
d) A holder of a Residence Permit as a retired non-citizen
e) A holder of a Residence Permit under the IRS/RES/PDS/SCS
f) A company incorporated or registered under the Companies Act and registered with Board of Investment
g) A société, where its deed of formation is deposited with the registrar of companies and registered with Board of Investment
h) A limited partnership under the Limited Partnerships Act and registered with Board of Investment
i) A trust, where the trusteeship services are provided by a qualified trustee and registered with Board of Investment
j) A Foundation under the Foundation Act registered with Board of Investment

  1. Who is eligible?
  2. Definition of apartment
  3. Basis of acquisition

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