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LGP advises: Black building on a third party’s land

LGP advises: Black building on a third party’s land

As part of our ongoing cooperation with the renowned national daily Pravda, we were again approached to provide readers with answer to question about a burnt tin garage on a third party’s land from a legal point of view. Our colleague Barbora Lord dealt with this issue.

The black buildings are a continuously discussed topic, which exceeds civil law and as well as to construction law. In this case, the reader was interested in whether a burned-out foreign garage, which is not even indeed in the Land register and which is built on her land, can be destroyed at her own expense, resp. as in this case, it should proceed with its removal.

In the article you will also find out about:

  • what to do if there is an unauthorized foreign building on your land,
  • how to defend yourself in the event of a procedure for additional building permits,
  • on what grounds the building authority can order the removal of a building,
  • what documents are required for the removal of a building, etc.

You can read the full text of the article (the article is only in the Slovak language): HERE

If you have any other questions that you did not find in the article, please do not hesitate to contact us: office@lansky.sk