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Schleswig-Holstein

Construction file archive

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

In the context of construction projects, file processes are created that contain the documents created in connection with the project.


Who should I contact?
  • To the districts, independent cities or
  • to the municipalities (cities) listed in § 1 of the State Ordinance on the Transfer of Tasks of the Lower Building Inspectorate to Municipalities and Offices (8th VO-LBO).
Which documents are required?

Inspection of the file is made possible if the authorization is credibly demonstrated by a written proof of ownership (usually not older than three months), for example in the form of

  • an extract from the land register,
  • a contract of sale,
  • a certificate of inheritance, or
  • of a property tax assessment.

In the case of intended inspection by third parties, a declaration of consent from the owner or the person entitled to dispose of the property may be required.

Legal basis
  • § 1 State Ordinance on the Transfer of Tasks of the Lower Building Inspectorate to Municipalities and Offices Independent Offices (8th VO-LBO),
  • § 88 in conjunction with § 78 General Administrative Act for the State of Schleswig-Holstein (State Administration Act - LVwG -),
  • Information Access Act for the State of Schleswig-Holstein (IZG-SH),
  • Act regulating access to federal information (Freedom of Information Act - IFG Bund).
What else should I know?

In addition to the personal right to inspect files, the parties within the meaning of § 88 in conjunction with § 78 LVwG are generally entitled to inspect procedural files.

In addition, according to the regulations of the IZG-SH, an application for file inspection can be filed. In this case, costs according to § 13 IZG-SH may be incurred.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Who should I contact?

  • To the districts, independent cities or
  • to the municipalities (cities) listed in § 1 of the State Ordinance on the Transfer of Tasks of the Lower Building Inspectorate to Municipalities and Offices (8th VO-LBO).

Which documents are required?

Inspection of the file is made possible if the authorization is credibly demonstrated by a written proof of ownership (usually not older than three months), for example in the form of

  • an extract from the land register,
  • a contract of sale,
  • a certificate of inheritance, or
  • of a property tax assessment.

In the case of intended inspection by third parties, a declaration of consent from the owner or the person entitled to dispose of the property may be required.

Legal basis

  • § 1 State Ordinance on the Transfer of Tasks of the Lower Building Inspectorate to Municipalities and Offices Independent Offices (8th VO-LBO),
  • § 88 in conjunction with § 78 General Administrative Act for the State of Schleswig-Holstein (State Administration Act - LVwG -),
  • Information Access Act for the State of Schleswig-Holstein (IZG-SH),
  • Act regulating access to federal information (Freedom of Information Act - IFG Bund).

What else should I know?

In addition to the personal right to inspect files, the parties within the meaning of § 88 in conjunction with § 78 LVwG are generally entitled to inspect procedural files.

In addition, according to the regulations of the IZG-SH, an application for file inspection can be filed. In this case, costs according to § 13 IZG-SH may be incurred.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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