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Land registers in Member States - Austria

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This page of the portal provides an overview of the land register in Austria.


What does the German land register offer?

Answers to legal and factual questions can be obtained from the land register. The land register contains documented information on all legally binding land transactions in Austria.

The Austrian land register and the electronic archives can be consulted via courts, notaries, lawyers and billing agencies.

Is access to the German land register free of charge?

A small fee must be paid. This must be paid either to the court, notary, lawyer or to one of the billing agencies. The billing agencies are indicated under the heading “Land Register” on the homepage of the Austrian judiciary. Link opens in new windowhttp://www.justiz.gv.at/

How to search the German land register

By entering the number of the cadastral municipality and the number of deposits (EZ) or the land number, the following information can be retrieved from the database:

  • Current and historical excerpts from the land register
  • Extracts from auxiliaries

This information shall include all upright data. Access to deleted data may also be obtained upon request (for data entered after the changeover to the electronic register). Older data are only available on paper.

The General Register, the Collection of Documents and the Auxiliary Directories shall be public. Access to information through the mere search of persons (the owners) is severely restricted. By means of proof of a legal interest, such a search can be carried out by the district courts (land register)

History

From around 1870 to 1992, the land registers were kept in paper form. Between 1980 and 1992, the data were transferred to the land database. On 7.5.2012 the land register was migrated into a new programming exercise and has since been further developed (automated).


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Last update: 13/08/2020