A construction permit allows a person or entity to build a property, accordingly only to the plans submitted to support the permit.
If the person or entity constructing under the permit completes the building but does not sell the building, then that person or entity will become the owner of the building – having constructed it.
If the person or entity construction under the permit transfers the permit to a third party prior to material completion of the building then the new owner may become the owner by simply having its name on the construction permit.
However, if the person or entity constructing under the permit completes the building, and then wishes to legally transfer the building to a new owner, then a sale must take place and be registered as having taken place by a bill of sale and payment of transfer fees and taxes by the parties.
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