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Finding land registry number by an address in Poland


EricS    
23 Sep 2016  #1

Hello all, Is there a way to find the land registry # of a building in Krakow according to its adress OR its entry in the old books? Thanks in advance, Eric

sandwich    
24 Sep 2016  #2

I'm in the same situation. I have a street address and the old "Card" number of the property.
terri 1 | 1,382    
24 Sep 2016  #3

You have to go to:
town, section, then put 00 in front of your card number, then 000000 (your card number digits) then a dash after which comes the check digit so go through 0 to 9
arek23411 - | 1    
4 Dec 2016  #4

There is a way to find the registry number if you have the address or the identification number of the land lot - you would need to use a commercial search engine which has database od most land registry numbers indexed. Here you can find article (in polish) about it:

przeglad-finansowy.pl/2015/02/jak-znalezc-numer-ksiegi-wieczystej.html

In very brief: All you need to do is to follow the link to the search engine mentioned on that website, the search engine enables to search for the land registry number by entering address or parcel id, author claims it works because it worked for him a few times. To use the search engine you need to log in and search for the number, no private data is required to be entered or submitted when registering.It costs about 29 zlotys (payable via wire transfer, not by credit card) and in most cases the search wiil reveal the land registry number which you can then look up in the official registry.
Lawrenceismine    
29 Apr 2018  #5

57/6 Konopnickiej Osteow Wielkopolskie
Looker - | 963    
29 Apr 2018  #6

Here: ksiegiwieczyste.pl/search/address?search=WyJPc3Ryw7N3IFdpZWxrb3BvbHNraSIsIktvbm9wbmlja2llaiIsIjU3IiwiMzAxNzAxXzEiXQ%3D%3D#results

But you must register there and pay for access first..
Pole2015 1 | 9    
10 Jun 2018  #7

ksiegiwieczyste.pl/search/address?search=WyJPc3Ryw7N3IFdpZWxrb3BvbHNraSIsIktvbm9wbmlja2llaiIsIjU3IiwiMzAxNzAxXzEiXQ%3D%3D#results

This site works and is for real gave me the results I was looking for.
Pole2015 1 | 9    
11 Jun 2018  #8

I have an old land/mortgage book number "lwh" how do i convert it to the current land/mortgage numbering system?



johnny reb 15 | 3,231    
11 Jun 2018  #9

I don't know if this site will help you or not but Google it and give it a try.
ekw.ms.gov.pl/eukw/menu.do

You need the so called "księga wieczysta" (property number) to access the data, but when you do, you can find out a wealth of information about the property.

It contains details of previous owners, current owners, mortgage on the property, everything.
Wish I could offer you more help.
Pole2015 1 | 9    
11 Jun 2018  #10

Thank you for trying to help me, but I know about this, but this requires a number with prefix which seems to be a new number and not a number that was used back in those old days, so this what I'm trying to figure out, how can it be converted to the new numbers or how I can figure out the new number based on the old number.
terri 1 | 1,382    
11 Jun 2018  #11

It may be an idea to actually ring up the place which issued the original document and ask them. The town is given as Strzyzow. Look for any contact and then either email or phone them and ask.
kaprys 1 | 1,424    
11 Jun 2018  #12

strzyzow.sr.gov.pl/iv_wydzia%C5%82_ksi%C4%85g_wieczystych.html

Try contacting Wydział Ksiąg Wieczystych in the local court. Perhaps they'll be able to help. I don't know if it's the town in question or if they'll speak English but it's worth a try.
Pole2015 1 | 9    
12 Jun 2018  #13

Good Morning, makes a lot of sense and I tried calling them this morning, but no one understands any English. And email in Polish (translated by Google) went unanswered as well.

Any further help would be appreciated, I'm sure there must be some site or method how to figure this out.
polishinvestor 1 | 351    
12 Jun 2018  #14

go there in person, with someone that speaks the language. or try a notary. they should be able to work through the paper trail and get you what you need.
milawi - | 60    
13 Jun 2018  #15

To find a plot by its number:
mapy.geoportal.gov.pl/imap/?gpmap=gp0&actions=acShowWgPlot
youtube.com/watch?time_continue=66&v=OcjZukbChaU

then use plot's registry number to find księga wieczysta ksiegiwieczyste.pl/search/lot/new



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