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Owning together

If you own a residential property, you may sometimes require access to facilities that do not fit within the boundaries of your real property. This may include roads, garages, playgrounds, and water and wastewater facilities.

A solution to this can be that you own some land areas or facilities outside your real property together with your neighbours.

There are different ways to legally protect a joint ownership. One of the most common ways is to form a joint facility. Another way is to form a joint property unit.

It is often appropriate to organise the management of that which is jointly owned. This can be achieved through starting a joint property management association.

Apply for a cadastral procedure

Apply for a cadastral procedure (pdf)
Address details for your nearest cadastral and land registration office

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