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Receiving restrictions

The State shall have the right of pre-emption to land situated in:
1) in nature reserves;
2) nature closures, if they are not allocated to the functional zones;
3) in natural monuments (except protected trees and protected stones (grand stones)), if the functional zones are not separate from these natural monuments;
4) nature closures, national parks, biosphere reserves, nature parks, natural monuments and protected landscape areas in nature reserve, strict regime, nature closures and adjustable regime zones in accordance with Section 35 of the Law On Specially Protected Nature Areas.
Consequently, the owner of the land has an obligation to inform the Natural Protection Board of his intention to sell the land belonging to himself, which is located in those specially protected nature territories, by submitting a transaction document (purchase agreement).

Process description

  1. Service requests
    The service is free.
    A person shall complete the application form and submit it to the Natural Protection Board. When submitting documents electronically, they must be signed with an e-signature

  2. Receipt of services
    The Natural Protection Board shall take a decision (regarding the non-utilisation or utilisation of the right of pre-emption of the State), informing the land owner in writing thereof within one month from receipt of the submission of the land owner. If this time limit cannot be met, it may be extended for a period of up to two months by notifying the applicant.