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How do I get a copy of a condominium regulation?

Verified 02 March 2021 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

Co-owner

A copy of the condominium by-law is given to the co-owner of batch.

In case of loss of the joint ownership settlement, it is possible to obtain a copy from another co-owner, including a member of the union council.

If no one has been able to provide you with a copy of the receipt, you can request it at trustee. However, the latter is not obliged to accept, and may also provide for invoicing to provide this service (variable fees depending on the contract of trustee).

You can also obtain a copy of the condominium settlement from the Land Advertising Service. Copy costs €30.

The request must be made through a form. This form differs depending on the date of registration of the condominium settlement (before or after 1956).

Condominium settlement registered in 1956 or later

Copy of documents (deed of sale, donation, settlement of co-ownership...) registered after January 1, 1956

This form must be sent in 2 copies (single or registered mail) to the Land Advertising Service of the place where the accommodation is located.

Who shall I contact

Before 1956

Copy of documents (deed of sale, donation, condominium settlement...) registered before 1 January 1956

This form must be sent in 2 copies (single or registered mail) to the Land Advertising Service of the place where the accommodation is located.

Who shall I contact

Tenant

A copy of the condominium settlement is given to the tenant.

In case of loss of the condominium settlement, a copy can be obtained from the lessor.

If the lessor could not provide you with a copy of the payment, you can request it from trustee. However, the latter is not obliged to accept, and may also provide for invoicing to provide this service (variable fees depending on the contract of trustee).

You can also obtain a copy of the condominium settlement from the Land Advertising Service. Copy costs €30.

The request must be made through a form. This form differs depending on the date of registration of the condominium settlement (before or after 1956).

Condominium settlement registered in 1956 or later

Copy of documents (deed of sale, donation, settlement of co-ownership...) registered after January 1, 1956

This form must be sent in 2 copies (single or registered mail) to the Land Advertising Service of the place where the accommodation is located.

Who shall I contact

Before 1956

Copy of documents (deed of sale, donation, condominium settlement...) registered before 1 January 1956

This form must be sent in 2 copies (single or registered mail) to the Land Advertising Service of the place where the accommodation is located.

Who shall I contact