This Order establishes terms and conditions of registration in the state cadastre of immovable property of the plots of land, construction, edifices and other objects of immovable property subject to state registration, and transfer to the competent cadastre authority of technical certificates related to the objects of immovable property subject to state registration. Grounds for insertion of the objects of immobile property to the state cadastre of immovable property shall be: (a) data contained in the Unified state register of rights to immovable property and transactions therewith; (b) data contained in the Unified register of uncompleted constructions; and (c) technical inventory data.
Amended by: Order No. 402 of the Ministry of Economic Development amending Order No. 1 of the Ministry of Economic Development validating the Regulation on terms and conditions of registration of immovable property. (2011-08-17)
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