2. How to get the Information

Answers Contact Points

1. Who can apply for information: is the LR absolutely public or not?
–   Legitimate interest, Data protection
–   What relevant data or prove must be provided

2. Where can be found this information:
–   At the offices, address, person in charge
–   On line: website, email address

3. How to obtain it:
–   What relevant data must be supplied to the LR in order to search the immovable property requested:  Number of the property (cadastre or LR number, name of the owner, etc)
–   Is there any application form? Is it available somewhere? Could this application be also incorporated and explained in the RI?
–   Can I apply in a different language, English?
–   How and when it will be delivered to the customer?
–   Cost of the information. Translation

4. When does the excerpt issues?
–  On request, if there is no unsolved application,
–  On request, mentioning if there is an unsolved registered application,
–  On request, whether there is an unsolved registered application or not,
–  On request, if there is an unsolved registered application the issuing will be denied,
–  On request, if there is an unsolved registered application, setting a date to issue an excerpt subsequently to the solved application,
–  In other conditions.

5. What is the validity period of the excerpt from the Land Book?
–  Defined in days
–  Undefined
–  No validity, it reflects the legal status by the moment of issuing

6. Where can the excerpts from the Land Book are used?
–  Public institutions (municipalities, utility providers, finance)
–  Real estate transactions (notaries, lawyers)
–  Banking institutions
–  Private relationships

7. How to identify the immovables?
–  Cadastral identifier that provides uniqueness in the country/administrative territory
–  Cadastral identifier + other identifier that provides uniqueness in the country / administrative territory
–  No identifier, no uniqueness

8. LR and Cadastral relationship:
–  Integrated system
–  Inter-institutional collaboration
–  No information exchange

9. How does the land registry deliver its output to an applicant?

On paper
In person, at a land registry office
Via email
Via a digital interface

10. Are the digital forms of delivering land register information cheaper/expensive than non-digital delivery forms? Could you please provide a price indication?

11. Which forms of delivery are made use of most – digital or non-digital? If possible, could you please provide an indication in percentages?

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