The parcel is generally a piece of land. The parcel is formed by arranging it so that a single building can be built on this piece of land and divided into sections / parts. According to the definition specified in Article 18 of the Zoning Law, the separated and restricted piece of land is called a parcel. A parcel can be owned by one person or by more than one owner.
Owning a parcel is a right recognized by both real persons and legal entities in the law.
There are two different types of parcels, which are real estate terms:
According to the Cadastral Law, the parcels located within the cadastral island and located independently are called cadastral parcels. After the land registry records and necessary actions are taken, it is determined within which boundaries the land belongs to whom and at the same time unowned areas are revealed. These areas, whose boundaries and owners are known, are cadastral parcels.
As the name suggests, parcels that can be reconstructed are called zoning plots. The cadastral parcels of the zoning parcels must be arranged after passing the necessary inspections and allowed to open for development.
The General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre (TKGM) is an inquiry that can be done both online and by going to the necessary government offices, to find out which parcel is within which borders and who or who is the owner.
A liquid or powder product that contains pigments that protect the surface and provide a decorative appearance or form a covering layer, applied to the surface in thin layers, is called "paint".
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