You will need
- request to OPGRC;
- request to the local municipality;
- request to FRCSC;
- request to the district tax office.
First, details of the land contained in the district administration. On all land there is a cadastral plan and a record of the owner. If the land is leased and does not have the property, then owned by the local municipality.
All land transactions are subject to mandatory state registration (article 164 of the civil code). The transaction is deemed legal only after registration and submission of the required documents (article 433 of the civil code). Ownership passes to another person on the basis of the Federal law 122-F3, dated 21 July 1997, on mandatory uniform registration of all real estate transactions. This implies that information about who owns the land, can be obtained in the Office of the Federal registration centres.
Contact WFRC, send a request, pay a state fee for the issuance of information. You will be given an archival listing of all owners, since 1997.
Each plot shall be registered in the state registration centre for unified registration of land plots, cadastre and cartography. Without the cadastral passport of the land survey and the cadastral plan of the land cannot be purchased. The deal just does not register. Therefore, all information about the plot about who did the request for registration of the cadastral passport, a survey, are in the centre of land registration, cadastre and cartography. But in this organization, you can get only the name of the person who was going to issue the right of ownership, but this does not mean that he issued.
After the registration of transactions with real estate, which is land, all the information about the change of ownership within 10 days comes to the district tax office. In this organisation provided full information about the owner. His name, home address, actual place of residence, place of work, phone numbers for communication. Therefore, detailed information about the ownership of land can be obtained at a local tax office. Contact the organization, write statement, specify the reasons why you need to find out who owns the land and you will get full information.
Advice 2: How to find the owner of the site
Many country houses are in a derelict state. The land is empty, and are often located next to manicured grounds. And the owners don't mind to buy a few acres of horticultural land, the unnecessary neighbor-owner. But before you buy a plot you must first find out who the owner of the land. The request of the owner of any registered estate is directed to the body of the USRR. Extract on the earth is issued on the address of the object or its cadastral number.
You will need
- cadastral parcel number, a receipt for payment of registration fee
Find out the cadastral number of the plot of land that you are interested in. If it is located on the territory of a horticultural society, cadastral number can be written in the account book of the Board of the ST. Contact the President of your Association for the appropriate help. However, the data on owner of land to take from them should not be, because not all of the owners with the purchase of the plot say in the ARTICLE about changing the owner.
If interested the site is not located in the gardening Association, but it ever stood a structure, it is enough to know the postal address of this structure. At find in public cadastral map cadastral number of the land plot.
After the identification phase, submit a request to the district on the unified state register about the owner of the property. The request for discharge to land is submitted to the district office regpalaty.
To request attach a copy of the receipt of the paid state duty for the issuing of public information from the register of real estate. Payment details take to the office USRR. Specify in the request your full name and address or cadastral number of interested land plot. If you just identify the area you failed in detail in the request describe his location.
After the five-day period in EGRP you prepare a statement, which will indicate the present owner of the site, and existing restrictions on his right of ownership.
Advice 3: How to land administration
Land can be obtained in accordance with the Land code of the Russian Federation and with the law on support of poor citizens. Depending on the situation, the plot will be given in fixed-term or perpetual lease. It is also possible to obtain land for a fee, for free or for 2,5% from cadastral cost. In any case, you should apply to the administration and to submit a list of required documents.
You will need
- - statement to the administration;
- - documents of the beneficiaries (if any);
- - decree of the administration of the land;
- - extract from the cadastral passport and copy of cadastral plan;
- - the decision of the administration to transfer the land into ownership or lease;
- - registration of property rights.
If you want to obtain a land lease or property, contact your local authority. Write a statement on the proposed form. Please submit a copy of all pages of a passport, certificate of family composition and a certificate stating that never before did you not receive free land from the state. To get the help you need in all localities in which you lived previously.
If you want to plot in the property for individual housing construction, contact administration, a statement. You will be notified about the beginning of the auction. If during the auction you will be able to area, it will issue a lease for the entire construction period, but this time will be limited in accordance with the laws of the Russian Federation. After construction of the house you will pay 2.5% of the cadastral value of the land and will receive a decision by the administration to transfer the land in the property. In this case, the area will have boundaries, cadastral certificate and cadastral plan. You will only need to enter the house in operation in accordance with generally accepted norms, to extract from the cadastral passport of the house and grounds, copies of the cadastral plans of objects and register their ownership rights.
If your family belongs to the category of beneficiaries listed in the additional resources that apply to the administration, the documents of beneficiaries, certificate of family composition, passport copy. Your request will consider and will put your family on the waiting list to receive a plot.
In all cases, except for the auction, obtaining a cadastral passport, to conduct the survey, you are required to do for their own money. As soon as the administration will make a decision about providing your family the land, call the engineer on cadastre of USCC. On the basis of the accomplished work you will produce technical documents that you will submit to the office of cadastre. On the basis of the plot is put on the account and issue a cadastral passport for it. You take from him a statement and a copy of the cadastral plan. Make photocopies of received documents and submit them to the administration. You will be given a decision on the transfer of land ownership. All the documents submit to WFRC to register the right of ownership and obtain a certificate.