Statutory repair notice, request information

The municipality can enforce improvements and repairs on privately owned property within a specified time. This is done through a statutory repair notice or order. Do you want to know if there is a statutory repair notice for a particular building? You can request information about this.

What is it?

The municipality can place a statutory repair notice on the property if the state of the residence, temporary shelter, caravan or commercial premises is sub-standard. This means that the property no longer meets the requirements stipulated in the building code, local building regulations or a zoning plan. Examples include requirements for safety, health or environment standards or for the specific use of the premises.

Request information

  • You can check if there is a statutory repair notice on the property on the website of the (national) Land Register.
  • Is there a statutory repair notice on the property? Then you can request a copy at the municipality. Send an email to wkpb@denhaag.nl. Attach the message from the Land Register (Kadaster) to your email.

Fees

  • You need to pay for the information from the Land Register. The fees are listed on the website of the Land Register (Kadaster).
  • The copy of the statutory repair notice from the municipality is free of charge.

    Published: 9 August 2019Modified: 18 November 2019