Guide
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First you need to determine the order of the size and where you want to land.Determine whether you need built on the land or the house completely naked earth.Ask yourself the question: for what purpose you are buying real estate?Maybe you just want to grow crops or, conversely, to build house and live in it all year round.
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Depending on the purpose of your purchase will be necessary to take into account that not all the plots, you can build houses and to issue residence registration.For example, if you buy a garden plot, the right to build a house and you do not have to register.In the garden area, by contrast, you can build a house, but do not have the right to registe
r.If you buy a plot of land intended for individual construction, the problems with the registration you will not.The same principle applies to the area designed for the needs of agriculture.
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To buy a plot of land you need to have on hand the documents establishing the right of ownership.It is important to know that if you decide to buy a plot of land acquired in the property until 31 January 1998, before the sale of the site owner will be required to re-register title to land.If the land acquired after that date, the trust, whether the seller a certificate of state registration of rights to land.The land can be sold only on the condition that he has passed the state cadastral registration.
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If you arrange the ownership of their own, do not be amiss to remember that depending on the category of land (devoted to agriculture, cottage building, garden) require different documents.The first thing you need to get information from the land registry.The next step is treatment of the organization, which will establish the exact boundaries of the site.Once you get the cadastral passport of the land plot, it will be possible to hand over documents for registration.And after that you get the right to dispose of a land plot at their own discretion.