1. Are statutes governing a condominium subject to registration or not?

In our system condominiums are not organised by statutes. The manner of management of an immovable property is specified in a relevant agreement (notarial deed) and if this has not been done, the management shall be presumed to be performed in the manner prescribed by statutory law.

If the association of owners would like to change the manner of management they have to take resolution recorded in the form of minutes confirmed by a notary.

2. Which statute clauses would you emphasise or consider more relevant?


3. In your LR system, if there was a statute clause or provision contrary to Law, should Land Registrars refuse registration thereof? If yes, provide an example. If not, explain briefly the reasons.

Yes, any provision of notarial deed contrary to Law cause the refuse of registration. It is obligatory decision a registrar has to take.

4. Formal publicity of statutes: What is the procedure to get LR information about statutes? How do interested parties look at the statute?

Interested parties are empowered to read the notarial deed placed in the Land book paper file. They have to prove their legal and factual interest to get access to the land book file. The Chairman of the LR Division gives the decision on the access.

5. Particularly: if interested parties asked for LR information about an apartment, would information about condominium statutes also provided?

There is information about the notarial deed.

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