Break up parcels
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Sie möchten ein bestehendes Flurstück zerlegen?
Dann erteilen Sie einen schriftlichen formlosen Auftrag
You want to split a parcel into several parcels, for example because you want to sell or build on a part.
To do this, you must give the Landesbetrieb Geoinformation und Vermessung (LGV) or a publicly appointed surveyor (ÖbVI) an informal order in writing.
The dismantling is carried out by surveying work on site.
Under certain conditions, the dismantling can also be carried out without local surveying work.
Information on how the parcel is to be broken down.
You own the parcel:
  • Evidence of this, for example, through a purchase contract, extract from the real estate register or extract from the land register
The plot of land belongs to several owners:
  • Consent of all co-owners
You do not own the parcel:
  • a power of attorney from the owner

Preconditions

  • The parcel is their property.
  • If you do not own the parcel of land, you need a power of attorney from the owner.
  • In the case of co-ownership of a piece of land, everyone must agree to the splitting up.
  • Leaseholders are also entitled to place orders.
  • An order can only be placed in writing.

Hints

There are no hints or special features.
Designation: §§ 3 - 8 Hamburg Law on Surveying (HmbVermG)
URL: https://www.landesrecht-hamburg.de/jportal/portal/page/bshaprod.psml?showdoccase=1&st=lr&doc.id=jlr-VermGHA2005rahmen&doc.part=X&doc.origin=bs

Related Links

  • Fee schedule for official surveying and the Hamburg expert committee (GebOVerm)
  • Price list of the State Agency for Geoinformation and Surveying (LGV)
  • Hamburg Law on Surveying (HmbVermG)
  • Terms of use for deliveries and services of the state office for geoinformation and surveying
  • parcel decomposition
  • For questions about the dismantling of parcels, we offer you free advice.
  • If disassembly is to be carried out, give us an order (by e-mail, fax or post).
  • In doing so, you agree to bear the costs for the surveying service, including the transfer of the results to the real estate cadastre.
  • The measurement documents are compiled and the dismantling is carried out.
  • The results are transferred to the real estate cadastre (e.g. location, size and description of the parcel).
  • The land registry office will be informed.
  • You will be sent a continuation notification and the invoice/fee notice.

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