evansmr1 wrote:..I was of the opinion that providing the House is not an illegal build/refurbish it would automatically be registered by the Company having the plans approved.
I believe it is the notary contract showing who owns the property that is registered with the local land registry, ktimatologio. I would expect that to be done by your lawyer. You lawyer should have taken the notary contract to the land registry where the details would be entered in a register and a certificate issued to prove that it had been done. The certificate would give the volume and page number of the registry entry.
For example when my late wife and I bought our land, with no house on it, the contract transferring ownership of the land to us was registered and I got a certificate to prove it. When my wife died and ownership of her 50 % of the property, which now had a house on it, was transferred to me through a new contract drawn up by a notary that was also registered with the local land registry and a new certificate was issued. I am not aware of anything being registered with them in the intervening period when the house was built but I could be wrong. I think that would be dealt with by a different organisation.
Land registry is about legal title not what is on the property and whether that is legal or not.