To perform a search you must specify municipality only.
All other fields may be filled in by three different ways:
Enter exact name/number. Example: Area: Vilnius
In this case, the area with name Vilnius will be searched.
Use search templates ( * ).
'Asterisks' are called search templates meaning that ANY symbol(s) may be put in this place. Example 1: Area: Vil*
Areas starting with ‘Vil” will be searched for. The system will find, for example, Vilnius or Vilkeliškes. You must choose one of them and continue the search. Example 2: Building: 1*
Searching for buildings starting with the number1; namely 1, 1a, 11, 115 and similar.
Leave the field blank (delete 'asterisk', if any).
The system will search for the records where this field is blank. Example 1: Apartment No.
Searching for property objects without apartments. Example 2: Street
Searching for property objects, which have not been assigned to any street. As a rule, these are rural areas, the address of which consists only of the name of a settlement (i.e. village). In this case, it is necessary to enter data about the property owner as an additional search feature:
name of legal entity*.
SEARCHING IN THE AREAS WITHOUT STREETS
If the property address consists only of the name of residential area (e.g., village), you need to filter unnecessary records by indicating concrete property owner (individual or legal entity). Enter municipality and area in the search form and click ‘Search'.
If the area you are searching for is found, the system will ask you to enter property owner’s data: name. Example:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROVIDING DATA ABOUT PROPERTY OWNER
Name of property owner is more complicated because:
Very often the name of a legal entity starts not with a proper noun but words, such as stock company "AB...", "Akcinė bendrovė...", "Bendra Lietuvos....", etc.
In such case it is advised to enter some symbols (*), including at the start of the criterion, even if it results in longer time for search.
Example: name: *MAŽEIKIŲ*NAFTA*.