Applying for an ownership or non-ownership certificate
Last update 12.04.2023
The ownership certificate attests that the interested party is the owner of real estate in Luxembourg.
The non-ownership certificate attests that the interested party does not own any real estate in Luxembourg.
These documents will be requested in the context of certain administrative procedures.
Who is concerned
You can request an ownership certificate if you are the owner of real estate (house, commonhold property, land, etc.) that is located in Luxembourg;
You can request a non-ownership certificate if you do not own any real estate in Luxembourg.
Ownership or non-ownership certificates are issued free of charge.
How to proceed
Filing an application
The ownership or non-ownership certificate is issued on request by the Real Estate Valuation Section (Section des évaluations immobilières - SEVI) of the Luxembourg Inland Revenue (Administration des contributions directes - ACD).
Your request should be submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information to be provided
You must provide the following information on your request:
- your surname and first name;
- your national identification number (matricule) or your date of birth;
- your address.
The Luxembourg Inland Revenue may refuse to issue the certificate if you have not paid your tax debts in full.
If necessary, it may also ask you for additional supporting documents as part of the control of your information and request.
Who to contact
Luxembourg Inland RevenueReal Estate Valuation Section (SEVI)5, rue de Hollerich
Postal address :
B.P. 2354 L-1023 Luxembourg