Land Registry Services

The Land Registry is a general, unified, systematic and constantly updated registration, which includes the geometric description and the ownership status of each plot of land, under the responsibility and guarantee of the State. With its drafting, the current transfer system and the mortgage offices are gradually being replaced.

The existence of cadastral diagrams in the National Land Registry enables each interested party, after paying the corresponding price, to obtain the geometric information for the relevant plot. The geometric information is provided through the Cadastral Chart and includes the coordinates of the peaks of the plot in the National Geodetic Reference System 87 (EGSA 87) as well as the value of its area according to the Land Registry.


ISSUE OF URBAN PLANNING PERMITS AND CADASTRAL AREA

The value of the area, listed on the cadastral sheet of the plots, is a product of measurement, which is based on the cadastral diagrams created by photogrammetric diagrams in digital form or digital orthophoto maps.

Therefore, it is normal for the compilation of a topographic diagram with ground measurement of the property to lead to a different area from that of the Land Registry, which is not in principle an obstacle for the registration of the deed in the Land Registry, as it is a product of different surveying method and does not conceal a dispute as to the identity of the property.

Consequently, the Town Planning Service should not bind as binding for its own actions the price of the area indicated in the cadastral data and in the copies, excerpts and certificates issued by the Land Registry, especially if it deems that it should conduct an autopsy on the property. to determine what the real boundaries of the property are.

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Correction by court decision

The procedure for correcting the initial registrations with an irrevocable court decision applies:

If it is a property with the indication "Unknown owner", ie a property that for any reason was not declared during the cadastre, which does not fall into the categories of correction of a manifest error and requires the consent of the State. In this case, the simple and short court procedure of "Voluntary Jurisdiction" can be followed, by which an application is submitted before the Cadastral Judge to the Single-Member Court of First Instance of the location of the property and the Court judges without dispute.

If it is a property with the indication "Unknown owner", ie a property that for any reason was not declared during the cadastre, which does not fall into the categories of correction of a manifest error and requires the consent of the State. In this case, the simple and short court procedure of "Voluntary Jurisdiction" can be followed, by which an application is submitted before the Cadastral Judge to the Single-Member Court of First Instance of the location of the property and the Court judges without dispute.


Manifest Errors

Correction of Initial registrations due to obvious error can be done by the Head of the Cadastral Office. The obvious application is free and suitable for the following cases:

As for the person of the beneficiary: Incorrect information of name, police ID number, patronymic, patronymic, date of birth, etc.

Regarding the right: Incorrect information about the type of registered right (eg full or partial ownership, usufruct, etc.) and / or the reason for acquisition (eg donation, parental benefit, etc.)

Regarding the title deed: Incorrect data of notarial document, court decision, administrative act, etc. (eg document number, details of issuer / issuing authority, etc.) incorrect details of transfer / registration of title deed (eg mortgage office, volume, number, date, etc.).

The following cases are also treated with the obvious error procedure:

When the property belongs to several co-owners who have a common written title deed, since some of them were registered in the initial registrations with that title.

When the property is included in a joint title deed with other properties in the same cadastral area, which have been registered as a known owner.

When the right that was not registered in the Land Registry is based on a title deed that has been transferred to the Mortgage Office provided that the one who has been registered as a beneficiary consents to this correction and, if it is a property with the indication "unknown owner", if the Greek consents

When the non-registration of a right in the cadastral books is due to an error or inadvertence in the transfer of the cadastral data from the final cadastral tables.

In the case of a divided property, either it has been registered in a separate cadastral sheet marked "Unknown owner" - ie it has a National Cadastral Code Number (KAEK) - or it is included in a total "Unknown owner" registration, or it is not reflected in the cadastral records - that is, it does not have KAEK.

When the property (land plot or divided property) has been acquired with a concession of the Greek State or a Legal Entity under Public Law.


Our office technician, in collaboration with services and professionals involved with rights in rem, provides technical, financial and legal consulting services regarding real estate management. Furthermore, it can ensure the correct registration of your properties and the correction of their geometric elements according to Law 2308/1995 in the Land Registry SA.

We deal with cadastral studies related to road construction projects, implementation acts, stream arrangements or the National Land Registry, compiling the corresponding diagrams and tables. All studies are prepared in accordance with applicable law and the corresponding technical specifications.

In more detail, regarding the National Land Registry, we undertake:

  • Correction of geometric elements of a plot
  • Writing and submitting statements
  • Submission of objections
  • Ownership study
  • Compilation of a topographic diagram according to the specifications set by the National Central Bank.
  • Compilation of a topographic diagram of spatial changes for the correction of plot boundaries
  • Processing of applications, declaration of real estate, objections, obvious error and correction of geometric data in the records of the National Land Registry.
  • Production of backgrounds by terrestrial and photogrammetric methods
  • Cadastral tables
  • Completion and updating of existing cadastral diagrams

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