Registration of ownership (real estate)

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Oleksandr Kolesnichenko

Head of real estate and construction practice

Construction and real estate specialist, civil engineer, specializes in land law, negotiations, and pre-trial dispute resolution.

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Registration of ownership (real estate)

Registration of ownership rights to real estate is not only a formal act, but also a guarantee of your right to own and dispose of the property. In some cases, the registration process can be confusing and difficult. Our experts will help to do everything as quickly, reliably and simply as possible.

What real estate objects can be registered?

Immovable objects that are subject to ownership registration include buildings and their constituent parts, which are functionally and technologically related to the overall structure. Such as basements, attics, technical floors, attics, entrance groups and others. Registration takes place in the context of the main object to which the addition or redevelopment was carried out.

In general, you can register the following real estate objects:

  • Land plot;
  • A single property complex;
  • House;</li
  • Building, construction, as well as their individual parts;
  • Apartment;
  • Residential and non-residential premises;
  • Garage;
  • Object of unfinished construction.

Important points

It is not necessary to register small architectural forms, as well as other structures that are not capital and can be moved. Also, registration is not required for highways, pipelines, railways and many other networks.

Be sure to pay attention to the fact that if you received real estate before 2013, there is no data about it in the register of property rights, and you need to go through registration. Without it, you will not be able to sell the property or do other property transactions.

Cases when it is necessary to register ownership

Among the situations when there is a need to register the right of ownership, there may be:

  • Construction of a new facility that requires ownership registration.
  • Change of owner, which occurs through a notarial agreement.
  • Unification or division of parts of housing, or allocation of a part of one of the co-owners.
  • Changing the area or configuration of real estate, for example, during additions, redevelopment, etc.

How to proceed in case of refusal of registration?

Legal grounds for refusal to register property rights can be: encumbrance of property rights on the property specified in the Register; alienation of property by a person entered in the Unified register of debtors; non-compliance of submitted documents with the requirements of the Law; incorrectly submitted application for registration;

If you receive a refusal to register ownership, it is important to act correctly for further steps:

  1. Check the grounds for refusal. Carefully evaluate the reasons given in the refusal and make sure that they correspond to reality and the law.
  2. Elimination of shortcomings. If you are sure that the refusal is justified, then eliminate all the shortcomings that caused the refusal of registration.
  3. Repeat application. After eliminating deficiencies and correcting errors, re-apply to the relevant authority with an application for registration of the right of ownership.
  4. Legal advice. If necessary, use the services of qualified lawyers who will provide the necessary legal advice and support in the process of eliminating defects and re-registration of ownership.
  5. Documentary confirmation. Prepare all necessary documents and materials to confirm your right to property and eliminate the reasons for refusal.
  6. Application status tracking. After submitting a repeated application, track its status with the relevant authority for prompt resolution of the registration issue.

By following these steps and acting in accordance with the law, you will be able to eliminate the defects and achieve the registration of your title to the real estate. But in order to act as competently and efficiently as possible, it is better to immediately contact the legal experts of the company “Prykhodko and Partners”. We will be able to check the documents and, in case of deficiencies, help to eliminate them as quickly as possible.

Help from our company

Our company is ready to provide you with comprehensive assistance and support in all matters related to the registration of ownership of real estate. We have many years of experience working with the legal aspects of real estate and know all the intricacies of the registration process. Our qualified lawyers are ready to provide you with an individual approach, quickly and professionally solve your questions and help establish your property ownership. Do not doubt the quality of our services – contact us, and we will help you register without unnecessary worries and problems.

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Oleksandr Kolesnichenko
Head of real estate and construction practice

Construction and real estate specialist, civil engineer, specializes in land law, negotiations, and pre-trial dispute resolution.

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