Transfer of the Land Site to Other District/Town
Any town has it own legally established boundary or town limits. As urban population grows and infrastructure develops, the actual boundary of a settlement extends beyond the legally established boundaries thereby assimilating the adjacent areas. The actual and legal boundaries should coincide, otherwise it complicates the management of municipal facilities.
This problem is solved by merging land sites to a given district or town. Transfer of the land is possible if the land site is located within the territory of the given district or town but is not legally affixed to it.
The service of a transfer of the land site to other district/town, including the buildings, consists of:
- assignment of the cadastre number to the land site;
- assignment of the address to the buildings.
Periods and fees:
Depend on specific circumstances.
- Certificate of assignment of the land site cadastre number.
- Certificate of assignment of the address.
You can order this service or put a question by calling: (048) 777-11-11
Getting Urban Planning Specifications and Constraints
Permits for a construction/reconstruction
Transfer to the Non-residential/Residential Category