Sunday 7 March 2021

Dont Let Thieves Steal Your Land in Costa Rica (Video)

Costarican property rights are not bullet proof. Learn how to protect your land from thieves with attorney´s Richard (Rick) Philps advice.

Rick is a Canadian citizen, naturalized as a citizen of Costa Rica. He practiced law in Victoria, B.C., Canada, prior to moving to Costa Rica in 1998 an expert with many years of experience in Costa Rica law and contributing author to QCostarica.

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