For change of data in the building cadastre are considered:
- change in the building number or number of the part of the building
- change in position, shape or surface
- change in actual use
- change in the number of the apartment or business premise
- the merger and division of a building or part of a building
- entering a new part of the building
- removal of the building or part of the building from the register
The condition for the entry of changes of data in the building cadastre is that the building and parts of buildings are registered in the building cadastre.
When to change data in the building cadastre?
Data in the building cadastre should be changed:
- when there is a renumbering of buildings or its parts
- after the merger and division of a building or part of a building
- if you carried out an intervention on the building that changed the floor plan, the height or the number of floors of the building or part of the building (e.g. if you have added a new extension, if you have demolished the building or part of a building, if you have raised the building …)
- when you divide or merge dwellings in a multi-dwelling building
- when you want to buy a part of common spaces in a multi-dwelling building
Why change data in the building cadastre?
Data in the building cadastre should be changed, so you can:
- register your property in the land register and prove your ownership
- establish the condominium unit in a multi-dwelling building
- conclude legal transactions with your real estate, such as sale, purchase, exchange or mortgage credit
- the data in the building cadastre and the real estate registry reflects the actual state of your property