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Technical Certificates Attesting the Antiquity of Buildings in Spain
Architect Daniel Trujillano provides technical certificates attesting the antiquity of buildings and constructions in Spain. If a construction, building or facility was illegally built but the time frame in which it was legally possible to adopt restoring actions which could implied demolition is finished, then it will be possible to declare the completed construction. Among the documents which can be used to enter a new Title Deed in the Register of the Property are the certificates stating the completion of works on specified date.
Fee Proposal for an Antiquity Certificate
This website provides an easy-filling form that allows to request a detailed report about the Scope of Services and Fee Proposal relating the Antiquity Certificate of a building in Spain. You can access this form by clicking the following button:
Your details will only be used to draft the Scope of Services and Fee Proposal report and will not be stored unless you decide to accept the conditions specified therein.
Prescription Time Frame
The applicable time frame in which the Administration may act against illegal constructions by ordering demolition is determined by regional legislation. In Andalusia, this legislation is contained in the Law on Urban Planning of Andalusia (LOUA), which currently sets the time frame in six years after the full completion of the works.
Documents Attesting the Antiquity
Antiquity Certificates of buildings must contain justification for the estimation of the age, which must be based on the use of documents as evidence. These documents must be provided together with the certificate, and can be:
If required, the certificate may include a Georeferencing Section to identify the piece of land where the building is located and / or the occupied portion of land, using an alternative georeferenced graphical representation in GML INSPIRE format, in accordance with the resolutions of the General Directorate of Land Registry and DGRN.
Architects' Association and Geographical Coverage
According to Spanish R. D. 1000/2010, Antiquity Certificates don't require endorsement by the Architects' Association, but the client may request it voluntarily, if he considers it appropriate or necessary. To this end, Architect Daniel Trujillano is enabled to obtain the endorsement for his Certificates in any of the Architects' Associations in Spain. In addition, the guarantee of his liability insurance allows him to extend his professional activities throughout the whole Spanish territory.
|Certificate of Antiquity in Estepona (Málaga). Single-family townhouse. 2004.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Marbella (Málaga). Apartment. 2013.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Puerto de la Torre (Málaga). Detached house. 2014.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Alhaurin el Grande (Malaga). Detached house. 2014.|
|Certificate of Antiquity for Apartment in Marbella. 2014.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Rincon de la Victoria (Málaga). Detached house. 2015.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Coín (Málaga). Detached house. 2016.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Fuengirola (Málaga). Detached house. 2016.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Estepona (Málaga). Shop. 2018.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Alcobendas (Madrid). Duplex House in a Residential Building. 2019.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Marbella (Málaga). Outdoor Swimming pool. 2019.|
|Certificates of Antiquity in Nueva Andalucía, Marbella (Málaga). Commercial and Office Center. 2019.|
|Certificate of Antiquity in Madrid. House in Residential Building. 2019.|
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