What does a TCT of Real Estate Property in the Philippines contain?



Buying a house for sale in the Philippines? Here’s what your TCT or Transfer Certificate of Title should contain:

  • TCT Serial No.
  • TCT Number
  • Page and Book number
  • Location of the Property (lot block and survey no)
  • Technical Description
  • Tie Line
  • Reference Points
  • Name & Address of Registered Owner
  • Original Registration of OCT
  • Place, Date & Time of Last Registration
  • Name & Signature of Register of Deeds
  • Encumbrances annotated at the back of the title such as:
    • Subdivision Restrictions
    • Right of Way
    • Mortgage and other liens (loans, mechanics, tax)
    • Lis pendens(property is under litigation)
    • Writ of attachment & execution
    • lease contract, contract to sell

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Transfer of Inherited Property When the registered owner dies intestate without any debt and the heirs want the title transferred in their names, the following documents must be presented to the Register of Deeds: a. Deed of Extrajudicial Settlement of Estate (or Affidavit of Adjudication if there is only one