||Subdivision recorded in
Cadastre and Land Registry.
||Owner sells a parcel of his
unit of real estate.
||The transfer of ownership
of a whole unit of property means only a change of title registration and
is carried out between the owner and the Land Registry directly.
|Active: The Cadastre Office,
cadastral surveyor, Land registry, owner, Municipality Office or Housing
or Building Directorate, Chamber of Surveying Engineers.
Passive: Holders of rights in the unit, neighbors,
||Owner requests the service
of cadastral surveyor.
The owner and the Surveyor agree upon a contract. Thus,
the surveyor undertakes the subdivision work and files the case.
The cadastral surveyor obtains a copy of section of
a large map concerning the parcel from The Cadastre Office.
If the parcel is located within boundaries of a Municipality,
the cadastral surveyor gets approval document from Municipality Council
according to Zoning Plan. Else, the surveyor gets approval documents from
City Management Committee. Fee is paid for this approval document.
The cadastral surveyor obtains information required
from the Cadastre Office. Obtaining information is to subject to fee defined
The surveyor prepares the project file, establishes
current boundaries, marks new boundary points and measures them based on
national co-ordinate system, calculates the coordinates of new points and
prepares the map of the parcel and files all these documents. He prepares
this file in four copies.
The surveyor takes this project file to the Chamber
of Surveying Engineers to be approved. As approval fee, the surveyor pays
two percent of the project price defined based on unit of the square meter.
The surveyor submits the one of the four copies to the
municipality Council/ City Management Committee to be checked its suitability
to zoning plan.
The surveyor submits three copies to the Cadastre Office.
The cadastre authority checks the file both in office and in the field
and approves. As control cost, the cadastre office gets 5% of the project
The cadastre office sends the file to the land registry
to be checked. The land registry examines the file. The Land registry updates
registers and prepares new title certificates. But, does not fill out the
item named "Parcel Number" on new title certificates. Concerning economic
aspect of this process, Land Registry gets 0.9% of purchase value declared
by the owner as fee. In addition, Land Registry gets two taxes for each
transaction, about 20 million Turkish Liras. These two taxes are temporal.
Besides, Land Registry gets fee called The Rolling Fund fee. This fee is
different in every place.
The Land Registry sends the approved file to the cadastre
office. The cadastre office gives new parcel numbers and updates registers
and then sends back the one of three files to the Land Registry.
The Land registry fills out parcel number items of new
title certificates and gives them to the owner.
The cadastre office submits the one copy to Regional
Directorate of Cadastre to be archived. One copy is archived at The Cadastre
The owner pays fee to the cadastral surveyor.