What is “Tabu”
- Buying an apartment in Israel
- Taboo - Land Registry
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The wording of the “tabu” is, as stated, the basis for your transaction and contains evidence of your right to the property.
A draft “tabu” is a document issued by the land registry offices that includes the details of the land – a block and a plot, and if it is a shared house also a sub-plot, as they appear in their records.
In addition, the details of the rights holder as specified and restrictions, such as liens, warning notes, etc., are recorded in the wording.
The wording of the “tabu” was previously available at the land registry offices, printed with an original stamp. Today it can be published online.