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Elexpatriado
7/19/2019 19:47 EST

I have a question for someone who knows

I want to get the physical address of someone. I am pretty sure he owns the residence where he lives..

If I have his full name and/or Cedula, I can go down to the local fiscalaria and they can give me acess to the property that he has his name on the deed, , correct?

Anybody who has actually done this sort of thing before?

This is public info, I believe.

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EpaEpaEpa
7/19/2019 21:21 EST

Yes you could get that information at the Registraduria I believe not at the Fiscalia (there is no "fiscalaria".)

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WhoaNellie
7/19/2019 21:35 EST

LX wrote: "...and they can give me acess to the property that he has his name on the deed, , correct?"

Not sure I'm understanding your question correctly, because for one thing I don't think you are entitled to get access to another's property no matter what you do, unless and until you buy it...

But this page may help where it talks about verifying information about a property, which all should be in the public record as you say, when it says you need:

- El Número de Matrícula Inmobiliaria (Número de identificación que tienen los inmuebles en Colombia).
- La dirección del inmueble.
- El número de identificación (Cédula) del propietario del inmueble.

The page:
https://www.inviertaencolombia.com.co/colombia-en-cifras/44-como-invertir/comprar-inmuebles/108-paso-a-paso-como-registrar.html

Among other things this page says:
En Colombia la información o “historia” del inmueble se lleva en lo que se llama un “Certificado de Tradición y Libertad.”

How do you get this certificate, to see it? You go to your local “Oficina de Registro de Instrumentos Públicos” and produce the aforementioned items of ID.

For instance, I do a search for that office in Cali and I get (the link appears to be down now...par for the course in Colombia...)

Anyway do a search for that office in the city where the property is, and go there with those documents. I researched this before but I don't remember if there are other steps nor what the $$$ cost for all of it is...so good luck!

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EpaEpaEpa
7/19/2019 22:00 EST

Yes correction it is the Oficina De Registro De Instrumentos Públicos. I think you can just go to that office in person and solicit information about a specific address.

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Elexpatriado
7/19/2019 22:37 EST

Thanks for the information

Actually reverse of what I want.
I want to find the adress of an individuals property based on thier name or ID.

I am sure it is available for the use by banks, etc. to determine credit rating.

I know I could get it if I paid a PI , but it would cost a fair bit of money..

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Elexpatriado
7/24/2019 12:52 EST

Anyway..problemm got solved without requiring this type of action

Thanks

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