Privacy policy on data subjects’ rights

Detailed information about how we process your personal data

The right to access, modify, delete or restrict the processing of your data

You have the right to understand to what end Kadaster processes your personal data. For instance, you have the right to access, modify, delete or restrict the processing of your data. You cannot invoke your rights to access, modify (etc.), another person’s personal data.

How can you exercise your rights?

You can send a written request to exercise your rights by post. You will find our general postal address on our website’s contact page. You can also use the application form for data subject rights. It is important for you to be able to provide proof of identity when you submit a request. To do so, you can send a copy of your identity document or provide proof of your identity in another valid way. This copy will be destroyed after your identity has been confirmed.

Your request will be dealt with within 1 month at the latest, but for large or complex requests, this period may be extended by another 2 months.   

Exception for public registers

Exceptions to the data subject’s rights have been made for public registers, such as the Kadaster Basic Registration and public registers. This is provided for in Article 47 of the Act implementing General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Therefore, as the right holder of a registered property, you can follow the special procedures for access, modification, restriction and notification, as laid down in the Kadaster Act, as well as the laws governing basic registration systems. Find out more about this on the Rightsholder privacy policy page. The right to deleting and transferring data shall not apply to public registers. This follows from the GDPR (Articles 17 and 20).

To what end and how long does Kadaster store your data?

The personal data you provide in your request will carefully be processed to handle your request and to inform you of the decision taken in response to your request. This data will not be transferred to third parties unless a court ruling or other legal provisions require Kadaster to do so. 

General Administrative Measure on Personal Data Protection (GAM PDP)

Individuals who are at (personal) risk can have their data blocked in the Kadaster Basic Registration (BRK) as of 1 July 2019. However, you must be included in the exhaustive list of the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV) of the Netherlands or be secured within or under the Security and Surveillance System. This follows from a General Administrative Measure (GAM). 

Sharing of information

Personal data of shielded persons is only shared with the individual in question and business customers who are eligible to access blocked data (notaries, judicial officers and administrative bodies). This information is provided through the PDP counter. We shield data for 5 years. This period will be followed by a new assessment of the conditions set out above.

Request blocking

Do you want to submit a blocking request? Please send your personal data and a copy of your identity card, signed and marked ‘confidential’ to Kadaster by email at or by post; 

BKK PDP counter
Postbus 668
7300 AR Apeldoorn 

You will receive a reply from us within 6 weeks. 

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Last update of this page: February 4th, 2022