The cadastral number of a land plot is a unique number (it is not repeated within our country) that is assigned to a single land plot with a single purpose. This number has the format XXXXXXXXXX:XX:XXX:XXXX.
The procedure for assigning a cadastral number occurs when a land plot is privatized based on an act of ownership (an old model issued before 2003) or a lease agreement that has not yet expired. Assigning a number also means entering complete, and reliable information about the land plot in the State Cadastral Register.
The cadastral number remains unchanged as long as the land plot exists as a whole, that is, it is not divided or merged. The assignment of a new cadastral number does not occur when the ownership right is transferred or the purpose of the plot is changed.
How do I get a cadastral number for a land plot, state act or lease agreement that was issued before 2003?
If the right of ownership of a land plot was obtained based on a state act on the right of ownership or a lease agreement that was issued before 2003, then such a land plot needs to be assigned a cadastral number. In other words, the land plot must be registered in the State Cadastral Register.
The above procedure is not possible without the involvement of a certified land surveyor, who will install boundary markers on the area, and issue the appropriate technical documentation. This set of documents will contain information about the owner of the land, the physical characteristics of the site, and the coordinates of the turning points of the boundaries of the site in kind, etc.
Documents required obtaining a cadastral number for a land plot
The cadastral number is assigned to a land plot using the following algorithm:
- Development, and receipt by the owner of a technical package of documents.
- Procedure for checking technical documentation in state bodies on land issues.
- Assigning a cadastral number to a land plot.
After assigning a cadastral number, and registering in the State Cadastral Register, the landowner receives an extract from this register, which contains all information about the land plot, including restrictions on its use, if any.
As soon as the cadastral number is assigned, the land plot will be displayed on the Public Cadastral Map of our country.
It is important to note that all documents based on which ownership of land can be obtained, and which have been issued since 1991, are valid, and do not require compulsory replacement. The only need is to assign a cadastral number.
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