Dr. Sandra Magri Sant Fournier LL.D
She studied at the University of Malta, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) with Philosophy, Diploma of Notary Public (N.P.) and Doctor of Laws (LL.D).
A contract of sale is contract between a seller and buyer under certain conditions spelled out in writing in a document signed by both parties.
A donation is a contract whereby a person, called the donor, irrevocably and gratuitously transfers immovable property to another person, called the donee, who accepts it.
A contract of Emphyteusis creates a juridical relationship is between the dominus (transferor) and the emphyteuta (transferee).
A contract of exchange is an agreement whereby one immovable property is exchanged for another.
A contract of partition is a division of the property among co-owners.
Succession is the transmission of the immovable property of a deceased person to a living person. This is called a transmission ‘Causa mortis’.
The law offers future spouses a choice as to which matrimonial regime should regulate their property.
A Will is the only legal instrument which regulates the manner in which the testator’s estate will be disposed of on the death of the testator.
A well written lease agreement spells out the rights and responsibilities of both lessor and lessee, and it also helps avoid future disputes.
Private writings are agreements which create, regulate or even dissolve obligations.
A power of attorney is a contract whereby a person gives to another the power to do something for him or her.
The setting up of voluntary organisations is regulated by the Voluntary Organisations Act, chapter 492 of the Laws of Malta.
An affidavit is a written sworn statement or declaration voluntarily made by an individual under oath.
A consensual separation is reached between two spouses when they enter into an amicable agreement in the form of a personal separation agreement.
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