Studies of suitablility and drawing up of estimates.
Carrying out of legal and technical studies by a lawyer and architect respectively, with the object of establishing the suitability and feasibility of the legalization of the construction or constructions.
Payment of stamp duties and sanctions on the value of the property.
Proceedure and payment of the stamp duties and necessary council licenses to carry out the works of improvement in the homes as well as the payment of a sanction of 15% on the value of the home or installation if this is processed the first year, 20% if it is processed the second and 25% if on the third.
Technical requirements of the constructions.
Carrying out of works of adaptation and improvement which are compulsory by the owner in order to obtain the housing certificate, such as septic tanks or those compulsory requirements to comply with the Council Regulations where the home or construction to be legalized is located.
Registration in the Property Registry office and other legal formalities.
Preparation of the Declaration of Works for its comparison and adaption to the land registry information of the home with that of the Property Registry office and/or vice versa. Subsequently registration should take place in the Property Registry office and if applicable its registration in the Land Registry office.
Also introduced is the express license for minor works and that only requires a prior simple communication or sworn declaration to the Town Hall in order to begin the works, therefore it is anticipated that the speeding up of this particular procedure will be a fact.