Land registry extract
A land registry extract is the proof of ownership or other rights that can be registered in the land registryA land registry extract is the proof of ownership or other rights that can be registered in the land registry. Land registry extracts enjoy public trust and have the probative force of official documents.
A land registry extract comprises three parts:
- property register (sheet A), in which the property, i.e. its main features are registered – cadastral plot number, surface area, address, manner of use, plot development level, etc.
- proprietorship register (sheet B), in which the ownership (title) is registered, i.e. information on the property owner, any changes with regard to the ownership, and any restrictions as may personally be imposed on the owner as to their powers to manage or dispose freely of the registered land unit such as, for example, minority, guardianship, provision of parental rights, declaration of bankruptcy.
- charges register (sheet C), which shows whether the property is encumbered with any third party rights such as mortgage, buy back, pre-emption, rent or lease, buyout, concession, registration of enforcement proceedings, ban on alienation and encumbrance, etc.
You can inspect the land registry via the websites of the Ministry of Justice and Administration and the State Geodetic Administration at the linkOrganised Land, provided that you know the cadastral plot number and/or land registry file number, and name of the cadastral municipality.
Under the section Documents of this article, you can also find additional informative material on the system Organised Land.