Following an amendment to Act No. 183/2006 Coll. on Zoning and the Building Code (the Building Act), a new definition of "land plot" will be introduced into Act No. 256/2013 Coll., on the Land Registry (the Land Registration Act).

Under the Land Registration Act, a land plot will now be defined as "part of the terrain that is separated from neighbouring parts by the border of a territorial district or cadastral area or by an ownership boundary or by any boundary based on a local zoning ordinance, a zoning permit, a joint permit on building placement and approval, a public contract in lieu of a zoning permit, a zoning approval or a building authority’s approval of planned construction or by any boundary resulting from any right under Section 19 or from any mortgage or construction right or from the demarcation of different types of land or methods of land use."

We would especially highlight the change concerning borders based on a building authority’s approval of construction plans. This refers to a scenario where no zoning permit has been issued but a building authority has approved the intended division of a land plot and confirmed that the division or unification of the land is not subject to any conditions under Section 154 of Act No. 500/2004 Coll., the Administrative Procedure Code.

In these circumstances, a new piece of land will be created and the owner may register it as a land plot in the Land Register. From January 1, 2018, an owner will, thus, be able to own, for example, two land plots instead of one if a building authority approves the division of the land. The owner will then be free to decide on the divestment of the new land plot.

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