Part of my property is inside the settlement and part outside, what about the buildability?
It depends on the building conditions for the specific settlement, but in the vast majority of settlements if your property has the form it had in 1985 (no division or other separation), then with a small part of the area within the settlement, the area is considered buildable. The boundaries of the settlement are defined by corners of buildings (of the “last” buildings of the settlement). We can use photo-interpretive methods to locate the location of the specific buildings during the year that the boundaries of the specific settlement were determined.
Which engineers have the right to sign a topographic diagram?
Only the Agronomists – Topographic Engineers, the Civil Engineers and under restrictions the Civil Engineers and the Topography Graduates of TEI have the right to compile and sign dependent topographic diagrams. (Civil Engineers are the graduates of the old “Small Polytechnic” who are subject to the provisions of B. Decree 769/1972, most of whom have retired). Also in some cases that do not require dependency, the Architects Engineers have the right to sign a topographic diagram. The other specialties of Engineers, the graduates of Technological Training of Infrastructure and Construction Works, as well as the foresters, who have the right to compile only forest maps, do not have the right to sign.
Do you need a survey to transfer a property?
According to Law 651/77 & Law 1337/83, a Topographic Diagram is required in TRANSFERS – SALES – PARENTAL BENEFITS. This diagram must be accompanied by an engineering statement of law 651/77.
What does the topographic diagram include?
The diagram must indicate the lengths of the sides, the boundaries of the property, the way of their implementation (walls, barbed wire), the names of the neighbors, the area of the property for sale. The technical constructions contained in the property and of course the buildings should also be shown. It is necessary to capture the High Voltage lines of PPC, the lines of Aigialos & Paralia, the streams, the border of the Forest Area. Regarding the latter, it is necessary in areas outside the plan that the area has been settled regarding the issues of the Forest Service.A Deed of Designation for the area must have been made, or a relevant court decision has been issued, or the Forest Map has been ratified in the area. The diagram should include the roads on which the property is located, their backs and their characterization (National Road, Provincial, Rural, etc.). For more information read the article Topographic for buying and selling.
What is an implementing act?
It is the implementation of the urban planning study of the integration of the area in the city plan. The implementing act determines the parts that are deducted from each property for land contribution, the parts that are converted into a cash contribution. The implementation act is accompanied by a cadastral implementation diagram and a cadastral implementation table.
When drawing up the cadastral diagram of the urban study, the owners or prefectures of real estate are obliged, upon invitation, to submit a declaration of ownership to the municipality and to present title deeds, transfer certificate, ownership, encumbrances, claims, seizures and topographic diagram. Failure to submit the above statement implies that:
The legal acts concerning the property are invalid and No building permit is granted to the property.
What if I have not declared my ownership in the application deed?
You can probably declare it now. This will happen if the plan of the deed shows your property exactly as it is. There is a case that it does not have the same shape or does not exist at all (that is, it has been “given” by the designer to the neighbors). In any case, a corrective action must be taken either for the change of the name (from Unknown to your own name), or for a change of shape, in which case the tables, the contributions and everything with your own property change, but also with the neighboring ones. If the property is declared by someone else then in addition to the previous ones a court will be needed.
What is a land levy?
The owners who are located in densely populated areas and which are part of an urban plan or to which the urban plan is extended by the provisions of this law, are obliged to participate in the creation of the common areas provided by the urban plan. This contribution ranges between 10% and 60% of the original property of the owner depending on its area.
What is a cash contribution?
The owners of the properties included in areas included in a new city plan, participate by paying a financial contribution to cover the costs for the construction of the basic communal urban projects in the areas to be included. If the owner so wishes and after the approval of the competent authority, it is possible instead of paying a contribution in cash, to offer part of the property area of equal value.
What is the implementing corrective act?
The implementing act includes the entire area to which the Urban Plan or part of it refers. In exceptional cases, the implementing act can be drawn up for individual property, however, on the entire side of the building block. In case of errors in the process of the Implementing Deed and if it has been ratified, a Correction of the Implementing Deed can be made where a plan will be drafted which will be accompanied by corrected Tables of Implementing Deed (and Acting if required), but also from property declarations, technical report etc. . The Corrective Implementation Act after its submission to the Town Planning will be approved and ratified to be issued in the Official Gazette.
Who Ratifies the Implementing Act and by what procedure?
The implementing act is ratified by a decision of the Regional Governor, it is at the same time an act of certification for the fulfillment of the obligations of land contribution, as well as any change that occurs in the real estate and is transferred to the mortgage office or cadastral office.
What is an Act of Reckoning?
Regarding the properties that are in an old city plan and are being paved, the Act of Activity determines the persons liable for compensation of the paved sections. Who should pay who and how much.
The “Obligors” according to the current legislation are the Municipality or the temporary owners.
Indicatively it is mentioned that:
The surcharge of the passing owners can not exceed a plot of land 10 meters wide.
It must not exceed the surface area of the encumbered plot.
For the compensation of the squares, groves, simple expansions at the intersections of streets and generally common areas opened for the first time, it is incurred for the compensation of each plot with face on the above spaces for a zone zone of plots 20 meters wide.
The act of actuarial is a very complex process and requires experience and knowledge.
See more about the Act of Activity here.
What is Self-Compensation and what is the committee of article 33 of Law 2971-2001?
Self-compensation is the return of a road section of a plot of land without compensation and concerns properties that are both outside and inside the project. Self-compensation makes sense when the remaining area takes on more value than road construction. When this does not happen and if the remaining area is not favored by the road, but only damaged by it, then the owner of the area can object so as not to be burdened by the Self-Compensation. This objection will be examined by the committee of article 33 of Law 2971-2001 and will finally be judged by the competent courts.
What is Procurement?
With the implementing act the plots that are not even in their area and can not be arranged are awarded to the neighboring plots. In case such a thing is not possible, the plots are united for the creation of single indivisible plots or they are obligatorily exchanged with plots of equal value.
What is Road Planning?
It is the obligatory return of part (or the whole) plot with the procedure for example of the Implementation Act or the Act of Activity in order to open roads, squares or other common areas.
Where does Laser Scanner have applications?
- Architectural Impressions, Impressions of buildings with photogrammetric or conventional methods (terrestrial photography, photogrammetric performance in combination with Laser Scanner imaging)
- Impressions of geometrically complex constructions – Precise geodetic measurements
- Tunnel Impressions
- Impressions of Mines – Mines
- Impressions and monitoring of large technical works (roads, bridges, junctions, dams, etc.)
- Cave Impressions
- Complete documentation of Archaeological Sites and Monuments
- Industrial applications – As built 3D drawings – Industrial geodesy for construction in factories, metal structures
- Ship Impressions
- Impression of hard-to-reach areas
- Captures of sensitive areas of high cultural value
- Immediate and documented recording of accident sites
- Impression of Stages or other structures with rendering in 3D
I want to sell my property, do I need the topographic diagrams that will accompany the contracts to have a Digital Signature?
All modern topographic diagrams that accompany contracts for the transfer of sales and purchases of parental benefits are mandatory (n.4409 / 16) to be Electronically Signed and Submitted Electronically to the digital receiver of the HELLENIC Cadastre by their author.
Why does Topographic make it a Surveying Engineer?
The compilation of a topographic is the first stage of a series of studies that are necessary for the construction of a project. Properly starting the first (and lower value) stage ensures the smooth flow of the Project and the future of construction so that the location, shape, dimensions, orientation and neighbors of the property are consistent with its contracts and especially with reality .
Topographic for the preparation of Contracts in Purchase and Sale
How much is a property worth? The value of a property is very high. It is perhaps the most valuable asset one can acquire. The sacrifices made for its acquisition deserve the appropriate care, maintenance and security of the property. But beyond the financial value, your full coverage and avoiding disputes with neighbors (or even relatives) is perhaps more valuable.
Topographic for the Declaration of ownership in the National Land Registry
It may not be mandatory to submit a Topographic Diagram in the Property Declaration. However, it is Mandatory in the registrable deeds of the Land Registry that bring about a Geometric Change. In fact, it is obligatory (n.4409 / 16) to be accompanied by a Digital Topographic Diagram and to be Electronically Signed and Submitted Electronically to the digital receiver of the HELLENIC Cadastre by its author.