Order No. 71 of the Agency of Land Relations and Cadastre validating the Regulation on the content and elaboration of the documentation for the formation of real estate objects. | Land Portal

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Agosto 2017
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Regulation on the content and elaboration of the documentation for the formation of real estate objects regulates the content and method of developing cadastral documentation for the formation of land plots irrespective of their specific uses, the absence or presence of constructions thereon, the formation of buildings and isolated premises, regardless of the type of property, as well as the formation of land plots of public property. It shall be mandatory for persons performing cadastral work and for professionals who have the authority to approve, accept and register in the register of real estate. As a result of the formation of land plots, a working report is prepared, which must be submitted to the Public Services Agency. The content of cadastral documentation when performing work on the formation of real estate shall be as follows: (a) statement about the formation of the object; (b) research on the possibility of forming an object; (c) project of formation; (d) geometrical plan of the formed objects; and (e) decision on the formation.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (LEGN)


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