Could somebody please explain how to identify a plot on the map in Spain. When I view the plot on the Cadastral database, it has a reference number (“referencia catastral”) of 20 characters long.
On the “Nota Simple” I find, on the top, the
“Codigo registral unico de finca” (14 charaters), under this a “finca de <<monicipality>> no.” (4 characters) and then, under “titularidades” the owner name with a “tomo” “libro” and “folio” references.
But I can not find any corrolation logic between these two sources. Could someone please explain how to identify the physical location of a plot, by its Nota Simple information?
I am not sure if you have tried the search on the cadastral site. You can search with the cadastral number or by localizacion with a general address. It will bring up all the plots in that area. www1.sedecatastro.gob.es under “servicios de acceso” libre click on “consulta de Datos Catastrales” if you have the cadastral number input it in the first box referencia catastral if you don’t click on localizacion and fill in the boxes. This will bring up a map of the area with all the plots.
I don’t know what I did there! I am not sure from your post if you have tried the cadastral on-line site http://www1.sedecatastro.gob.es/ under Acceso de servicios libre click on consulta de datos cadastrales referencia catastral then either input the cadastral reference you have or click on localizacion and input the address. If you have the cadastral reference it will bring up a map of the plot and all the details. If you use localizacion it will bring up a map of the area with all the plots.
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