|Product||Maximum area (hectares)||Price € (excl. VAT)||Price € (incl. VAT)|
|1||1 120,00||No VAT|
|5||1 380,00||No VAT|
|20||1 690,00||No VAT|
|60||2 150,00||No VAT|
|100||2 540,00||No VAT|
|200||3 530,00||No VAT|
|300||4 570,00||No VAT|
|400||5 750,00||No VAT|
|500||6 960,00||No VAT|
|Each consequent starting 100 ha||620,00||No VAT|
In the local plan area, municipalities receive a 30% discount on their survey fee from the fee based on the table if the survey is performed on territory owned by the municipality and the municipality has satisfactorily completed all the topographic work required for the survey, using its own boundary markers.
The fees of parcelling are determined by the date on which the title application arrives. The parcels are the same price, whether they were made separately or in connection to other surveys.
The cadastral survey fee for parcelling is based on the area of the parcelled property or the areas transferred to the recipient property per parcelled or recipient property.
The parcelling consists of three designated areas on three properties: area A 0.5 ha, area B 0.3 ha and area C 1.2 ha. Designated areas A and B will be parcelled into one property, and designated area C will be transferred to a property already owned by the same owner. The topographic work will be carried out in connection to the meeting, a surveyor of the National Land Survey will act as an assistant, and the cadastral surveyor will bring the boundary markers. In order to perform the parcelling, it is necessary to execute demarcation against one neighbouring property and establish a right-of-way to two external properties.
- Each parcelling fee comes directly from the above table and the area size. That means that designated areas A and B of a total of 0.8 ha are €1,120, and designated area C, 1.2 ha is €1,380.
- The costs of demarcation, the establishment of a right of way, surveyor and boundary markers are included in the fee. The cadastral survey fee is paid by the parcelled property’s owner, unless otherwise agreed.
The parcelling comprises two designated areas of one property: area, A 0.5 ha, and area B, 1.2 ha. Designated areas A and B are parcelled into different properties. In addition, the 50 ha of private water area included in the main property will become a joint water area C shared by the parcelled properties and the base property.
- The parcelling fees are determined based on the above table and the area size. That means that designated area A 0.5 ha is €1,120, and designated area B 1.2 ha is €1,380.
- The fee for the establishment of the joint area C is €2,150, based on an area of 50 ha as stated in the table above.
The parcelling consists of a designated area of 0.4 ha in a single property. A land exchange will also be carried out, where 0.5 ha of the base property is transferred, and 0.6 ha of the neighbouring property.
- Based on the above table and the area of 0.4 ha of the designated area, the parcelling fee is €1,120.
- The fee for the exchange is €1,380 based on the total area of 1.1 ha of the exchanged areas, as shown in the table above.