Right of first refusal of the municipality Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
In order to secure and implement its urban land-use planning, the municipality generally has a statutory right of first refusal under certain conditions.
In principle, the municipality has a statutory right of first refusal to secure and implement its urban land-use planning under certain conditions. This includes, for example, land within the scope of a development plan if the land in question is provided for public use in the development plan.
§ 24 ff. Baugesetzbuch (BauGB).
§ 24 ff. BauGB
The land seller is obliged to inform the municipality immediately of the conclusion of a purchase contract. The latter then has three months to exercise its right of first refusal by submitting a corresponding declaration. If it does not make use of its right of first refusal, it issues a so-called negative clearance on request.
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