Reports on coordination between the Land Registry and the Property Registration Office
The Mortgages Act and the consolidated text of the Land Registry Law of 13/2015, of 24 June, establish a system of coordination between the Land Registry and the Property Registration Office so that the latter includes the geo-referenced graphic description of the registered estates, using land registry mapping as a basis. The aim of this is to grant a greater degree of certainty to data on the location, delimitation and surface area of registered estates which are the subject of legal transactions.
Citizens can voluntarily request the inclusion of graphic, land registry representations, both on occasions such as purchases or sales, or at any time without needing to wait for the registration of a new event. It is necessary, however, to have graphic representations in order to register any operations that involve a reorganisation of land, such as segregations, grouping together or subdivision, and it is also required for the registration of estates.
This coordination is key in order to increase legal security in the property trade.
So we also prepare land area certificates for approval by the Land registry’s regulations, in addition to building completion certificates for the registration of properties at the Property Registration Office.
Surveying and digitalization for building sites, land and plots.