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By declaring to the building supervisory authority, property owners can assume public law obligations for an act, toning or omission concerning their property that do not already result from public building law. The construction load is intended to remove obstacles that could stand in the way of a development (or change of use) in individual cases. An example is the parking space construction load, with which, under certain conditions, it can be ensured under public law that the necessary car parking spaces are produced on another property located at a reasonable distance. A construction load is assumed by written declaration to the building supervisory authority. The signature must be publicly certified or made before or acknowledged by the building inspectorate. Without prejudice to the rights of third parties, the construction loads become effective upon entry in the list of building loads. Construction burdens remain even when the property is sold, i.e. they also have an effect on legal successors. The construction load is lowered by written waiver of the building supervisory authority. The waiver must be declared if there is no longer a public interest in the construction load. Before the waiver, the obligated party or beneficiaries of the construction load should be heard. The waiver becomes effective upon entry in the list of building encances. Anyone who demonstrates a legitimate interest can inspect the list of building loads and have copies issued.

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