Land registers in Member States - Luxembourg
This section of the Portal provides a brief introduction to Luxembourg's land register. An electronic version of the land register does not yet exist.
What does Luxembourg's land register offer?
Luxembourg's land register is owned and maintained by the Land register and Topography Authority of the State of Luxembourg.
The register provides the following types of information:
- A cadastral map;
- A database containing alphanumeric content on:
- land parcels,
- land use, and
Information is available in Luxembourgish, French, and German.
Is access to Luxembourg's land register free of charge?
Firstly, an electronic version of the land register does not yet exist. Secondly a fee is payable for access to the paper version.
History of Luxembourg's land register
The land register was established in 1820.
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Last update: 10/01/2020