We are all being told to declare our properties but few are taking the time to tell us what we need. Here is a thorough list of what is needed and how much it costs to register your properties in Greece in the National Cadastral Survey.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE DECLARATION OF PROPERTY
- Ownership Title (deed) or:
- Notarial document
- Court judgment
- Administrative act (e.g. concession contract) with the Government Gazette Issue in which it was published, wherever necessary.
- Certificate of registration of the ownership title from the competent land registry office
- Copy of the identity card or passport of the beneficiary
- Topographic diagrams when the immovable property is a lot (land plot or land parcel)
- Proof of the beneficiary’s (owner’s) Tax Identification Number
- Power of attorney
- If it is property inherited with a will and the acceptance of the inheritance is pending, the following documents must also be submitted:
- Act (Statement) of Death
- Copy of the published will, and in the case of holographic wills, its pronouncement as the main will
- Certificate of non-publication of other will
- Certificate that the inheritance was not renounced
Then, the act of acceptance (deed) of the inheritance must also be submitted.
GOVERNMENT FEES FOR CADASTRAL REGISTRATION
For each right (title) which is declared, a fee for cadastral registration must be paid, in the following amounts:
- 35 Euro for each primary ownership right (building lot, land parcel, horizontal property, namely house, apartment, store and etc.) and
- 20 Euro for each auxiliary ownership right (parking space, garage, storage space and etc.).