Add properties together through an amalgamation

If you own several properties or lots, you can combine them into a new property. This operation is called aggregation.

How to apply for a merger

To help you with a merger, we carry out a land surveying procedure. In our e-service, you can make an application for land surveying. You can also supplement and follow ongoing cases directly in the service.

Here you can read more about how to apply and what is required to use the e-service.

This is what you need to know to make a summary

In order to make a consolidation, it is required that the properties to be merged have the same owner. If the properties are owned by several co-owners, each co-owner must have an equal share in each property, i.e. have the same legal title relationship.

In the case of a consolidation the new property gets a new property designation. You do not need to apply for a title deed for the new property.

You who want to merge must have title to the properties. If you have a pending title deed, it must not contain conditions that could cause the application for legal title to be later rejected. Here you can read more about title deeds.

What happens when the application is submitted?

Once we have received your application, an investigation begins. Here you can read more about what happens when we have received your application.

Processing time and costs in the event of an amalgamation

The time we need to spend on a case determines the cost. The time required is affected by how extensive the change you applied for is. Lantmäteriet cannot give any advance notice if a case is feasible or what it will cost. Here you can read more about fees and see cost examples.

Each case's processing time is affected by how complicated and comprehensive the requested change is. Here you can read more about processing times.

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