For some reason, you want to subdivide your property into two or more parts? The first step is to go to the local (district) government and ask for a so-called “preliminary permission” (at the technical or construction department) as to whether the government will agree to the division you have in mind.
The local government will ask for a certified copy of the title deed, not older than three months, and a copy of the map of the land in question. After filling out a form and paying the processing fee, the authority will make a decision.
However, in some cases you can give your written or verbal consent to the idea you have in mind without going through this procedure. Preliminary permission is necessary due to the possibility of different building zones for each area, which may determine, for example, the shape of the plot, the minimum area, the length of the sides, etc. In addition, there are existing regulation plans or other local development plans that may affect the granting of preliminary permission. Once the preliminary permission is granted, the surveyor can begin the plot subdivision.
The process begins with the request of data from the property registry (only land surveyors can request this type of "technical" data, which is essential for the division to be carried out) and the on-site survey of the property to be subdivided. The surveyor then draws up a survey plan and submits it to the Land Registry Office, which then validates it (technically verifies it) and, if everything is in order, certifies it with a stamp.
The surveyor hands over the validated survey plan to the client and the surveyor has finished his work. The client, or more precisely the owner(s), must then sign the survey plan and take it to the local government together with an application, then the government should contribute to the division by means of a decision, since it has already approved it preliminarily.
With the legally binding decision of the local government and the survey plan - which already bears the stamp of the local government - it is necessary to go back to the Land Registry Office, where the change will be transferred, which means that the map and the title deed will show the status created by the division ordered by the client. There may also be a case where there are multiple owners of the property and for some reason - e.g., the plot is too small - they cannot or do not want to subdivide it as described above. In such cases, the solution may be a division by use, for example, dividing the plot of land based on ownership shares. Here, the owners must agree among themselves on the boundaries of use. In this case, the Land Registry Office also receives the survey plan of the plot of land, but there is no transfer to the property register.
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If you want to subdivide your property into several plots with separate lot numbers, you must go through the formal procedure of plot subdivision. There are a number of things that need to be taken care of, such as contacting a land surveyor to prepare a survey plan for the division and to provide guidance on filling out the forms. All of these documents will be filed with the Land Registry Office in your area. If you are planning a plot subdivision and are looking for a highly experienced surveyor to help you with the preparation of the survey plan, please contact us.
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