Buy a property at two
Buying a property as a couple requires some thought beforehand.
If you have entered into a PACS, refer to your agreement: it is possible that you have adopted theundivided property regime. An undivided property belongs to both partners of the PACS.
If you have entered into or modified your PACS since January 1, 2007, you may have chosen to make the property you buy together or separately after the PACS was registered subject to theundivided ownership regime. In this case, the property is considered to be owned equally by each partner in the PACS.
If you entered into a PACS before January 1, 2007, without having modified it, the property you buy belongs half to each partner, unless the deed of purchase mentions something else.
If you buy with your cohabitant, the property is subject to the system ofjoint ownership.