What is a cadastral certificate? A cadastral certificate is a document on which all the identifying data of a given property are present, regardless of whether it is a land or a building. How and where can I request a cadastral certificate? The cadastral certificate can be requested at the Revenue Agency, in the Land Registry section, or at the Friendly Help Desk active in the post offices, or through the cadastral Certitel service, or through the online services of the Revenue Agency. It is also possible to make requests for cadastral searches sitting comfortably at home, using a personal computer connected to the internet. The service is totally free if requested by the owner of the assets for which you want to obtain the certificate. On the contrary, a tax of one euro is applied for each consultation of real estate units or for each name up to 10 properties or for a list of properties up to 10. There are two land registry sections: 1. Land Register (Ct), if it is a piece of land 2. Building Cadastre (Ceu), if it is a building or a portion of one. How to ask for a certificate? Once you have established what the certificate is for, you can proceed as follows:
– if the cadastral identifications are known, the cadastral archive can be queried by requesting a “search for property”;
– if you know the holder of a real right you can query the cadastral archive by requesting a “search by name”;
– if you know the location and the floor you can query the cadastral archive requesting a “search by address”.
The province, the municipality, the possible census area, the map sheet, the cadastral parcel and possible subordinate constitute the identification data of the buildings. The map sheet refers to the sheets in which each part of the municipal territory has been subdivided. For each municipality, there is a variable number of sheets that cannot be changed. The parcel, instead, is a part of the subdivision of the cadastral sheet. The number of parcels in a sheet may vary depending on the shape of the territory it represents. The subordinate is a further subdivision of the original parcel. This data is not visible on the cadastral map and indicates a certain property portion standing on that parcel. If you do not know the identification data you need to know the surname, name, place and date of birth of the owner and ultimately the address of the property, but only for urban buildings. The identification data is not the only data present on the cadastral certificate.
There are also:
– classification data, (i.e. quality, class, surface, income from ownership of land and agricultural income in the case of land)
– census area
– cadastral category
– consistency (rooms or sqm)
– cadastral area
– cadastral rent
– indication of provision that originated the classification or details of the report or cadastral change or division introduced into the cadastral database;
– nominees, i.e. personal data, tax code and share of co-ownership of the subjects holding a real right on that property;
– data of origin, or indication of title that generated the ownership, the registration details, the lender and the registered office.
requests of general information on procedures, addresses, etc. In these cases the user can contact the Provincial offices responsible for the territory.