Cadastral Survey

The development of Cadastre (“cadastral survey”) at a region is defined as the procedure of recording the real property or other registrable right (e.g. full or limited ownership, usufruct, prenotification or other real property encumbrance, etc.) which a person or a legal entity has on real properties of a specific region of the country and the link of these rights to one or more properties which are defined through checks and technical processes on the cadastral maps.

During the development of National Cadastre:

Α) The real property or other registrable rights (e.g. full or limited ownership, usufruct, prenotification or other real property encumbrance, etc.) which a person or a legal entity has on real properties of a specific region of the country are recorded

B) The land parcels of the cadastral region and their boundaries are defined. The land parcel is the basic registration unit and it is defined as a solid land entity which constitutes a single estate that belongs to one owner or more owners jointly. The land parcel is the reference surface for all Cadastral information and it is defined by a unique twelve digit code number, the National Cadastre Code Number.

C) The land parcels are linked with the real property or other registrable rights.

D) During the registration of a real property right, additional legal information is also registered (registrar data and beneficiary identity data, way of acquisition of right, data concerning the transaction with which the right has been acquired etc.).