LEGAL ASPECTS OF LAND FORMATION UNDER REAL ESTATE OBJECTS
Given the provisions of the existing regulatory framework, contributions and achievements in the development of modern land management, it can be noted that the current outline of legal features of land and real estate, the presence of significant gaps and unresolved issues need to clarify these problems and find effective practical measures.
The purpose of the article is to study the existing regulatory requirements for the acquisition of ownership of real estate in combination with ownership of land. The article examines the existing regulatory requirements for the acquisition of ownership of real estate in combination with ownership of land. The paper analyzes modern approaches to obtaining the right to land under real estate in Ukraine. The procedure for assigning a cadastral number before the alienation of real estate is determined; schemes of land formation under the real estate object; the procedure for state registration of real estate rights and the grounds for refusal of it and others are determined. The order, principles, requirements and regulatory documents at formation of the ground area under real estate objects are offered.
The article considers the peculiarities of assigning a cadastral number to the land plot on which the residential building is located. It is noted that the state registration of land plots is carried out at their location by the relevant state cadastral registrar. It is determined that the acquisition of the right to a person's share in the ownership of a residential building, building or structure under the contract as a result of state registration of rights is a fact of acquisition of real estate.
The norms specified in the article establish the general principle of integrity of the real estate object with the land plot on which this object is located. According to these norms, the definition of land rights is directly dependent on the ownership of the building and structure.
The provisions developed in the article will increase the efficiency of land use and real estate by defining regulations on their mutual influence.
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