Gross Private Area

The private gross area (Aa) is the total area, measured by the outer perimeter and axes of the walls or other separating elements of the building or fraction.

It includes private balconies, cellars and private attics with the same use as the building or the fraction to which coefficient 1 applies (see article 40, paragraph 2, of the Municipal Property Tax Code (CIMI).

Includes: bedrooms, kitchen, living room, halls, corridors, WC's, etc. and closed private balconies, cellars and private attics with the same use as the building or fraction.

Excludes: open balconies and terraces.

Updated on: 
11. October 2019
 
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