WHO CAN APPLY FOR INFORMATION: IS THE LR ABSOLUTELY PUBLIC OR NOT?
There are no restrictions to the public to apply for information from the Kadaster and Land Registers. A fee has to be paid, dependant on the kind of information which is requested. The amount of fee is established by law.
The information reflects the legal status of the moment of issue, there is no guarantee given of its correctness. (See section The legal effect of the LR information)
WHERE CAN BE FOUND THIS INFORMATION:
The information can be requested by mail, e-mail, on-line, telephone or at the counter in the offices of the Kadaster.
HOW TO OBTAIN IT:
For telephone contact the Customer contact centre (Klantcontactcenter) can be used:
This centre is open on the workdays from 09:00 till 17:00 and the telephone number is:
(088) 183 22 00 (ca. € 0,03 per minute)
The registrars of the Kadaster can be consulted for legal questions, on the workdays from 09:00 till 17:00 and the telephone number is:
(088) 183 22 42 (ca. € 0,03 per minute)
Post or fax
The general post address is : Postbus 9046, 7300 GH Apeldoorn.
The general fax number is : (088) 183 20 50.
The site of the Kadaster can be found on Kadaster.nl, products can be ordered via this site and the direct adress is:
Following locations, the addresses and how to get there, can be found on Kadaster.nl
- Schip registration
- Geo information
- Land consolidation
- Pipe line registration
- Kadaster international
- Head Office
The following items can be used as entrance to the information:
- Postal Code
- Parcel number
- Topographical map of the Netherlands
- Topographical map of the municipality
- Number of the registration
- Name of the ship
Airplanes (not available on-line):
- Number of registration
- Name of the Airplane
UPDATING FREQUENCY OF NATIONAL LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM
|Land register data||Land survey data||Address of register unit||Owner’s address|
The information is open to public access immediately after updating. Guarantee by the Kadaster office is obtained after three to five working days (visible after inspection).
|In general within 18 months. Not required prior to property transfer||Constantly.||Constantly.|
To improve the instant understanding of the register outputs, interpretations of the Dutch outputs supplied with continuous translations of the text in English are available under multilingual facilities.
Translations are of great value when it comes to understanding the features of register systems in other countries.
Relevant terms used in Dutch register outputs have been defined and translated into English.
How does the land registry deliver its output to an applicant?
|In person, at a land registry office||X|
|Via a digital interface||X|
|Other||X (by telephone in case of (only) the purchase price)|
Are the digital forms of delivering land register information cheaper/expensive than non-digital delivery forms? Could you please provide a price indication?
Digital: EUR 2,95
Via e-mail: EUR 16,95
Via snail mail: EUR 18,95
At the office, in person: EUR 33,95
Which forms of delivery are made use of most – digital or non-digital? If possible, could you please provide an indication in percentages?
Approximately 99,8 % in digital form.