You will need
  • - passport of the donor and the donee;
  • - notarized authorization from all owners;
  • - title and cadastral documents for the land plot;
  • - the donation contract;
  • - the act of transfer and acceptance;
  • - the statement in FPRZ;
  • receipt of payment for registration.
If you are going to give a land plotwhich is in single ownership, are required to obtain a cadastral extract from the land assessment, inventory and mapping.
If on the land plot have the right of ownership of other persons, for the implementation of donation you are required to obtain from all owners notarized authorization (article 254, 256 of the civil code). If you have purchased the land plot, being in registered marriage, you must obtain notarized permission from the other spouse (article 34 of the RF IC, 256 of the civil code). If you are giving a land plot for joint children, to permit donation of the spouse is not necessary.
The contract of donation you can write by hand without notarization, notarized or to be a notary. The cost of the notarial contract is 6% of the cadastral value of the plot. So if you want to register a notarial contract, will receive a certificate of the cadastral value of land, give the land Committee, in place of cadastral registration of land.
If you write a contract on your own, then write it by hand in two copies for each party. Specify the subject of the agreement, the permitted use and category of land plot, its location, area. Sign the contract and date of its publication.
The donation nor the donor nor the donee do not have any complaints about the quality of the gift. The donation is completely unselfish in terms of his own will. The receiver has the right to accept the gift or to refuse it, but in spite of this, you must compile and present to the Registrar a certificate of reception-transmission.
In the act, specify all the details of land, location, permitted use and category of land, all perennial planting that are on the land.
Last call FUHRT, complete the application, pay the state fee, submit the passport of the donor and the donee, the donation contract, a cadastral extract, notary permit, a certificate of ownership. After 30 days the site will become the property of the donee.