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Regularisation of unauthorised construction/structure



1. Prospective customers can come to our offices where we offer access to the electronic system of TEE. A specialized engineer will perform an inspection and will also collect the data required to complete the application form, and calculate the "temporary fine."

2. The engineer completes and submits an online application and the electronic system issues a "unique number" for the specific unauthorised structure. It also calculates the amount for the "special fee", and the amount for the instalments that have been selected by the client.

3. The fee is payable by the client at a bank of their choice (it can also be paid through web banking). Following the payment, the system is automatically updated and can begin the process. After the initial fee payment the system calculates the instalments with the first of them to be paid by January 31, 2012. The owner is able to follow the whole process using a specific code which is available to him after the registration and the fee payment.

4. In order to calculate the “final fine”, technical drawings and other necessary plans or data are collected.


5. The engineer must electronically submit all the required data and technical drawings by September 1st, 2013. When the system verifies that all the essential paperwork is completed, it provides the owner with a "Certificate of regularisation of unauthorized building/construction."  The certificate includes all the details of the property /construction and it is required in transferring ownership of the property.  In the unfortunate event of a system failure, the engineer can declare that he is aware of and have all the completed documents and the obligation to submit them by September 1st, 2013 to the system by himself so that the process won’t stop.  Furthermore, the Urban Planning department of the area will perform sample checks which have been randomly selected from an electronic source and which are performed in accordance with the provisions of the law.

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