Dictionary of building terms
Parcel is a parcel, which is located outside the town plan of a municipality.
Air is money given for the rental of the property, other than those specified in the lease contract and represent the monthly rent. Money Air paid once and not declared to the tax office.
Objective value is the value resulting from the multiplication of the starting price of the value of a property at rates defined by the State, which relate to items of property, eg floor rate, surface, age etc. The assessed value is usually the price indicated on the purchase contracts.
Consideration is when the land owner transfers the agreed and undivided share of the land to the manufacturer and any subsequent buyers , in exchange for some areas of the newly-built building.
Exclusive use of space is the free land section or building which the establishment of horizontal ownership is given to the exclusive use of a horizontal ownership.
Weights of property is the mortgage, lien, seizure or forced conservative, slavery on assets which are marked in the relevant books of the Land Registry office of the property.
Right of height is the right of future construction of floors above the existing ones.
Roads are the communal areas, mainly serving the marketing needs.
City plan is the diagram with any special urban regulation adopted in accordance with the provisions and sets specific building conditions, Public and buildable areas and the permitted uses in each section or zone of the settlement.
National Cadastre records the property of each region and those who possessed them or own them (per property registration).
Trade value is the real value of the property on the market and is defined by supply and demand
Balcony is the horizontal projection of the floor slab floor or roof, which projects, with or without the use of beams over the surfaces of the facades of the building and is used for moving and temporary stay of people.
Usufruct is the possession of a property from someone who has the right to use and profit from property but also be taxed.
Semi-open space is the covered area of the building, whose at least one side is open to the public area or the open spaces of the land and does not count for the other sides are defined by walls or vertical bearing or not and used for moving or temporary stay of people.
Coverage of the land is the area surrounded by projections of the outlines of all buildings of the land over a horizontal plane.
Segmentation is the separation plot of land into smaller plots. The fragmentation of land is permitted when. the smaller plots that are created are all buildable under the planning provisions in force
Floor plan is the general plan of a building printed on paper. Common use areas of the building and the land are spaces intended for use by all tenants of the building.
Public spaces are all kinds of roads, squares, woods and generally intended to be shared free spaces specified by the approved street plan of the settlement or have been shared with any other legal way.
Utility areas are areas of the settlement, according to the town plan, for the construction of public utilities .
Block every single buildable area, located within the approved street plan or within the village limits and surrounded by communal areas.
Plot every stadium, located in the approved town plan
Pedestrian streets are intended mainly for the convenience of pedestrians.
Coverage percentage of the plot is the ratio of the maximum area that may be covered to the overall area of the plot.
Entrance is the free surface of the ground on which the building is erected.
Building coefficient (the coefficient which defines the maximum squares which can be built.
Coverage factor defines the limit coverage of a plot to buildings.
Goodwill is the difference arising between the purchase price and the selling price of a property minus the inflation adjustments apply to the period between buying and selling.
Basement floor is floor or section, whose ceiling is 1.50 m. Higher than the final ground level.