Decree No. 109 of 1999 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development implementing Act No. CXLI of 1997 on real estate registration. | Land Portal

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This Decree lays down detailed rules regarding the subject and content of real estate registration. It specifies one by one rights and facts that must or may be registered on property records. It also specifies the categories of real estates, such as crop field, grass land, vineyard, orchard, forest, fish pond, uncultivated land, and various kind of buildings. Real estate registration process, changing of recorded data, and the necessary documents for the registration are also described in this Decree.

Implements: Act CXLI of 1997 on Real Estate Registration. (2014-12-23)
Amended by: Decree No. 45 of 2007 (VI. 11.) FVM of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development laying down detailed rules of authorization, plantation, cultivation and elimination of woody energy plantations, and concerning administration fees of such proceedings. (2012-07-02)

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Dora Egri (CONSLEGB)


Hungary became a Christian kingdom in A.D. 1000 and for many centuries served as a bulwark against Ottoman Turkish expansion in Europe. The kingdom eventually became part of the polyglot Austro-Hungarian Empire, which collapsed during World War I. The country fell under communist rule following World War II. In 1956, a revolt and an announced withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact were met with a massive military intervention by Moscow.

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