Re: buying land in CR
- I would say in general, if one is about to purchase land in the CR,
they should be careful for possible attached
entitlements/rights/claims pending/unresolved etc. due to
confiscations in 1945 and 1948. Some people hire attorneys for this
purpose to evaluate things.
--- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, "hanapownall" <hanapownall@...>
> Hi Hana,
> I come from Prague, but I have been living in UK for a few years
> now. My husband and I wanted to invest some money in the Czech
> property and we have bought an apartment in Prague, cottage in the
> mountains and also bought 5 plots of land in the Czech mountains
> last year. some of these plots have already a permission to built,
> other ones are registered as a 'agricultural land'. we found out
> there is no problem to apply for a permission to build on the
> plots as there is no reason why the local council should turn ourhave
> future application down.
> you have to pay a 'land tax' on any kind of land, you can apply
> but you have to make the application to a different council/land
> register - it depends where your land is.
> I even purchased a massive plot of land where was a 'burden of
> government use' because it was dead cheap but before signing I
> made some enquiries and found out that the Czech government gavecheap
> right up last year and I have this confirmation in writting. I was
> lucky as nobody really knew about it, so I got my land really
> and its only 2 km from skiing resort!
> 2 regards Hana