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Schleswig-Holstein

Sale / auction of state-owned or municipal land, real estate

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

Citizens and companies can purchase land and property that the state of Schleswig-Holstein or a local authority no longer needs to fulfill its duties.

In addition, items that come to the state or a local authority through inheritance, such as crockery, jewelry or vehicles, are auctioned off to the highest bidder. This also applies to land and real estate transferred from estates.


Who should I contact?

In the case of land and/or real estate owned by a municipality, to the relevant municipal, district or city administration.

In the case of land and/or real estate owned by the state of Schleswig-Holstein:

  • in the case of dispensable real estate, to the State Real Estate Administration in the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Finance,
  • in the case of fiscal inheritances, to the Personnel Service Center (DLZP).

What else should I know?

The so-called "fiscal inheritances" or "fiscal inheritances" arise when the country is appointed as heir or the existing heirs renounce the inheritance. A municipality, like the state, can become a testamentary heir; however, unlike the municipality, the state becomes a legal heir under certain conditions.

Author

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Who should I contact?

In the case of land and/or real estate owned by a municipality, to the relevant municipal, district or city administration.

In the case of land and/or real estate owned by the state of Schleswig-Holstein:

  • in the case of dispensable real estate, to the State Real Estate Administration in the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Finance,
  • in the case of fiscal inheritances, to the Personnel Service Center (DLZP).

What else should I know?

The so-called "fiscal inheritances" or "fiscal inheritances" arise when the country is appointed as heir or the existing heirs renounce the inheritance. A municipality, like the state, can become a testamentary heir; however, unlike the municipality, the state becomes a legal heir under certain conditions.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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