Land Registry - Informative

Land Registry - Informative


Notaries can contact the Land Registry at any time.


Who buys a piece of land and a purchase agreement with the corresponding authentication has the notary is not automatically the owner.

Who is responsible in the land registry?

For processing incoming requests in addition to the judges of the judicial officer and the clerks of the office responsible.

  • The judge usually occurs only in action when it is against a decision of the judicial officer on appeals in terms of cost objections. The judicial officer decides independently on registration or refusal of registration in the Land Register.
  • In the Land Registry to meet as first call on the staff of the office. Can not fully resolve your concerns, you will be redirected to the judicial officer.
  • The competent office will accept applications among others and does this. It shall give copies from the basic files or simple or official copies from the electronic land registry. It is also responsible for changes of land registration (name, occupation or place of residence) and the levying of charges according to the fee schedule.

Transfer of ownership only with title deeds

The road to full ownership always leads over the Land Registry. There, the transfer of ownership to a corresponding entry is made in the Land Register. The main tasks of the Land Registry include guiding the land register and the handling of transactions with real estate.

  • The jurisdiction is assumed to reflect the respective district court district. If entries are made, a (formally incorrect) application must be submitted. Applications they will charge normally.
  • The Land Registry is not a secret document of an authority, but it enjoys public faith. Public faith means: everyone can rely on the correctness of the land register. Publicly available, such as a notice board in the court is not the land register.
  • If you want to see entries in a land register, the Office against a legitimate interest must express. In any case, always has a legitimate interest of the owners. Also anyone can who is registered in the Land Registry as the owner (lien, right of way, right of abode), inspect.
  • Any other person should be able to credibly claim a legitimate interest. To substantiate it is sufficient if a property is for sale and prospective buyers want to check land registration.

The Land Registry may refuse an inspection when it is safe to assume that the interest The concerned solely based on "mere curiosity."

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