If you have roots in Italy and have lost track of the estate of land or home, it would be wise, before any rulings or limitations runs out, to get more information.
The unclaimed properties of yours ancestors may still be registered to them even after many decades.
You can still claim these properties according to Italian law and regularize the documents to acquire full ownership.
I’m specialist in finding property at the Land Cadastre Offices and at the Conservatory of the Real Estate Register.
I’ve access to the online cadastral and land registry data bases. This research allows to obtain cadastral incomes and identification codes, descriptive information and data concerning the ownership and the share of interest in it.
Currently, the Italian Revenue Agency has digitized all data concerning land and real estate properties. It is possible to know if there are properties still registered to your ancestors or to discover the ownership changes by succession or for sale; the historical search shows many of the previous owners of a specific property along with their birth dates, birthplaces and useful genealogical references.
There are different reports on Italian property titles:
• by name of specific individual and location of property
• by specific address
• by exact land registry identifier (folio and parcel numbers)