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Simple land note

Application for a simple land note

The simple land note is a brief excerpt of the content of the entries relating to the property, stating the identity of the property, the identity of the holder or holders of registered rights over it, and the extent, nature and their limitations. It also contains prohibitions or restrictions affecting the rights holders or registered. The simple land note value is purely informative.

To apply, you have four search options:


  • Search by registry data

In this type of consultation it is necessary to enter the Land Registry referred to the request and the municipality, property registration number and section and ordinal sub-property, as applies, which directly routes the data of the property you wish to consult. If available, you should include in the remarks field the volume, book and page in which the property is registered.


  • Idufir search

Idufir stands for single property identifier and as its name suggests, allows you to determine a specific property within national territory. Thus, if a user knows the idufir that person can request any property, without the need for other registry data.


  • Search by owner

You can base this type of search on the full name orpartial name of the owner or the ID. These data are entered by the user, and since they offer those headlines that match the parameters set, you can choose the one which you really want to query. If the data are too generic, and therefore have similarities with many prospective owners, users will need to be more specific.

Once you locate the owner, you must filter or limit the request to a Land Registry, a region, a province or a particular municipality, or extend it to the entire national territory.

  • Search by other data

This type of query allows you to find the properties for which only a location is given (street or place ...), but you need to know the municipality and the Land Registry of reference, with a street system that directs you to the competent Land registry that is useful in towns with large populations.

Allegedly Legitimate Interest

For the application to be processed, it is necessary to express the reason for the consultation, so that the expression can be regarded as legitimate and deemed in order by the Registrar for issuing the information and making it available to the owner of the property. You can always consult the information issued in respect of your properties and in alleged cases of interest.


Cost of the Service

The information requested will be billed directly to you by the Registrar issuing the information at a rate of 9.02 euros per property.



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