The acquisition of one’s own housing is closely related to its unambiguous identification. For this reason, the buildings are assigned a descriptive number that is unique in the entire municipality. What does a descriptive number mean?
What is a descriptive number?
The descriptive number of a building is the number that would describe a building intended for permanent occupancy or other use. It is unique in the community compared to a landmark number and is assigned after the building is approved. When you build a new house on the site of a demolished building with a landmark number, the new building does not inherit the number, but gets a new one.
Did you know that the descriptive number is abbreviated as no.
How to find out the descriptive number?
Where can I find the license plate number, you ask? The number plate is a prerequisite for registration in the Land Registry and is usually registered there. You can also find it on the internet, either on maps or by consulting the Land Registry. It is usually on a red plate with white numbers and the name of the cadastral area as a technical unit, which is a locally closed and jointly registered set of properties in the land register.
How can I find out the number of the cadastral area where the descriptive number is located?
The cadastral territory code is a unique numerical identifier of the territorial unit of the cadastral territory. The code is determined by a codebook and given by a code that corresponds to a territorial technical unit. It is immutable and unique within the Czech Republic.
How to find out the parcel number?
For information about the number of the parcel or forest, you can use the cadastre again, where you click on the map view, fill in the name of the municipality and cadastral area and search.