With the basics of use, the lack of titles and unknown real estate owners began on Monday land registration for the rest of the country, which covers 63% of the total area.
This is a very difficult situation because it mainly concerns the land and the Greek island, with 36% being rural, while a large number of settlements with different characteristics (rural, mountainous, etc.) are located. At the same time, all rocky islands and islands are included, as well as areas that are part of forest land and water bodies.
The premiere for submitting land registration statements was made by the South Aegean Sea Region (Kos, Rhodes, Kalymnos and Karpathos) on November 19, with sticks given around the end of December at Aitoloakarnania, Ioannina, Arta, Preveza and Lefkada. 30 other Regional Units. Therefore, rural areas and settlements are taken in: Drama, Xanthi, Thassos, Rodopi, Pieria, Chalkidiki, Grevena, Kastoria, Florina, Ioannina, Magnisia, Viotia, Fokida, Skopelos, Evritania, Fthiotida, Kefalonia, Achaia, Ilia, Messinia , Arcadia, Argolis, Vilia, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Lemnos, Lesvos, Samos, Ikaria, Chios, Crete (Lassithi) Evia.
On the other hand, the following islands are still in the process of collecting data: from the Cyclades are Andros islands, Tinos, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Santorini, Milos, Kea Kythnos, Thesprotia, Corfu, Rethymnon, Chania and Heraklion (Malevizi area, Heraklion, and Hersonissos). It should be noted that five contracts that included land registration from certain areas have not been signed due to objections raised by the participants in the tender. These regions are excluded by agreement of institutions from the purpose of completion in June 2021, because they are unlikely to be assigned before the end of the year, and thus shift to 2022.
Solutions through usability are expected to find thousands of citizens who will be in a hurry to secure their rights. According to the Greek Cadastre, 10.3 million of the estimated 16.5 million property rights were collected in the new and final land registration phase in rural areas.
Michalis Kalogiannakis, chairman of the Agriculture Engineers Panhellenics Association, said: "Citizens must realize that in the case of declarations their use with usability is obliged to submit topographical diagrams. Dependent topographic charts are the only way to properly describe property. Acceptance of topographic charts is acceptable."
At the same time, Mr Kalogiannakis stressed that significant problems were found in packages that were not subsidized or not rented out, because in many cases the only documents citizens could provide were E9. "At the meeting we held as PASATM with competent Deputy Environment Minister George Dimaras, we also raised this issue and suggested that only E9 was needed in these cases," he said.
However, the general description of the technical world shows that in areas where cadastral planning is expected there is a shortage of contract titles and topographic diagrams. Most properties for the most part and most contracts are inherited and parents benefit from dubious technical descriptions of real estate.
Costs and proof of ownership
–How much will we pay
When depositing data, citizens will be asked to pay EUR 35 per property right and EUR 20 for additional sites, while in rural areas, if the same person has more rights in the same municipality, then he will pay double "landmark".
However, its geographical scope is also needed. The safest method is the topographic version, which starts at 300 euros, while for large areas, costs increase significantly.
–What is needed
- Declaration form (Declaration of Law 2308/95) by the Cadastral Office or by www.ktimatologio.gr
- A simple copy of the title of the transcript certificate
- From a copy of the transcript
- A topographic plot of property is available
- Photocopy of a simple identity card or passport.
In terms of E9 usability, PPC accounts, rent, IACS evidence, limit identification act, affidavits etc. are needed to prove ownership of property for 20 years.
Or, if the inheritance has not been received:
- Legacy title (if any)
- Death certificate
- Copies of letters issued (if any)
- Non-publication certificate
- Nearest relatives certificate
- Non-denial of inheritance certificate (when there is a will)
- Email, contact information (telephone, home address)