Loads and restrictions in the Land Registry Deletion
The deletion of loads or restrictions (e.B. basic serviceability, usufrucation) in the land register is possible if the entitled person waives the exercise of the right. If a person dies for whom a right (e.B. a residence right) is registered in the land register, the cancellation of that right may be requested by the owner of the property. Cancellation may also be requested if the right is bound by a condition or a time limit and the condition has occurred or the time limit has expired.
Request for cancellation Authorisation to delete the person affected by the cancellation of the right Death certificate if the beneficiary has died
application The land register procedure is an application procedure. In the case of the death of the entitled person or the rightor or the renunciation of the right, no automatic deletion by the Land Registry shall take place.
Request for cancellation The application must be submitted in writing to the Land Registry. The owner is entitled to apply. The person whose right is to be deleted may also make the application. In the context of purchase or gift contracts, requests for cancellation are in most cases made by the notary. Cancellation permit or death certificate The entitled person, e.B. of a right of usufrucation, makes a declaration that the right can be deleted in the land register. The deletion must be expressly approved. The authorisation must be declared either in front of a notary or a notary or the signature must be certified. If the person or persons entitled to the property have died, please submit a death certificate with the application.