Location plan of building
If you have completed the construction of your house, built an extension, or built any other structure on your property, you are required by law - and in most cases the owner will be notified - to register the change with the land registry (title deed, base map).
It is often only when the property is sold, or when applying for a bank loan, for example, that it is discovered that the house is not on the map
Under the legislation in force:
- the new or altered building requires an occupancy permit from the (main) building and construction department of the relevant local authority
- on the other hand, the new shape of the building must be recorded in the property register map, on a so-called location plan of building drawn up by a qualified surveyor.
Location plan of building for obtaining an occupancy permit:
- Notification of changes to property register data
- If the building has already been built and has an occupancy permit - but for some reason it has not been mapped after occupancy - the property will be transferred to the Land Register immediately after the occupancy permit is issued and the plan to be drawn up is attached to the occupancy permit. In this case, make sure you have a valid occupancy permit or retroactive building permit issued by the local authority.
- For new buildings, the procedure is reversed according to the legislation in force. In order to obtain an occupancy permit, a certified location plan of building must be drawn up. The validated plan must be uploaded to the OÉNY (National Construction Register) and the fact of uploading must be reported to the competent construction authority, which will then issue the occupancy permit, if only the location plan of building was missing for the permit to be issued.
Procedure for the location plan of building
- Place an order
To place an order, you will need the name of the settlement and the lot number; if you already have a valid occupancy permit, you will need to indicate this.
- Land registry data collection
This includes obtaining the digital base map file and the relevant title deed data as the basis for the pre-change record and the change plan. This is carried out by the surveyor.
Costs in addition to the work fee: data supply HUF 4.000, validation HUF 800/building.
- Site survey
By prior arrangement, survey of completed building or other structural changes.
- Preparation of the location plan of building and related works
In accordance with the relevant rules and regulations. It can take up to one or two days.
- Submitting the plan to the land registry
The land registry procedure consists of two parts: validation and transfer. If there is a valid occupancy permit from a previous period, the property is transferred immediately, otherwise only the validation of the plan is carried out in the first instance. The registry office issues a certificate (receipt) of submission.
- Land registry transfer
The Government Office (Land Registry Office) sends written notification of the land registry transfer to both the surveyor and the client.