Yes. Geocollectors allow everyone to own a piece of the world. We sell land from our collection in one square meter plots. Anyone may buy exclusive agreement–based rights of possession to specified Geocollectors’ land areas around the world.
Yes. You may buy a right of possession to a specified Geocollectors’ land area also as a gift. Geocollectors shall register the ownership to the right of possession as soon as the gift code is entered at the Geocollectors’ website to a slot reserved for such purpose. You can freely choose if you want to have the gift package sent to your own address and give the gift personally, or if you want to have it delivered directly to the gift receiver’s address.
Yes. You may buy as many plots of land you wish.
By buying a right of possession to a specified Geocollectors’ plot you will become a landholder in the Geocollectors landholding database and you will get a Geocollectors Proprietor’s package delivered to you. The package includes a certificate of ownership and a physical token from the purchased area. For example from Lapland, Finland you get a piece of green dolomite marble which can be found in the unique deposits of Kittilä.
Currently, the payments can only be made through PayPal payment system. You can link your PayPal account to your bank account, debit and credit cards simply by adding the details to your PayPal account. If you don’t have a PayPal account you can make a credit card payment through PayPal without creating a PayPal account. By making the payment through PayPal you shall be subject to any and all relevant terms and conditions set by PayPal.
Yes. Landholders shall have the right to freely dispose of the land area, which means that the right of possession can be sold, donated or otherwise transferred to a third party. The change of ownership must be informed to Geocollectors customer support.
Yes. Everyone may freely access and visit the land area as often they wish and with whomever they wish. Everyone shall have the right of access on all Geocollectors land areas (for example by walking or skiing); stay or set up camp temporarily on all Geocollectors’ land areas. Picking wild berries, mushrooms, flowers or other natural products from all Geocollectors land areas is allowed, unless prohibited under applicable legislation. When visiting Geocollector’s land areas, use caution and respect the Geocollector’s founding idea to keep the pieces of nature unspoiled. Littering, damaging or polluting the nature or other kind of careless conduct when visiting is most strictly prohibited. Enjoying the pristine landscapes respectfully is most warmly encouraged.
No. Due to the fact that Geocollectors is committed to maintain the Geocollectors’ land areas in their natural state, landholders shall have no right to build on the Geocollectors land areas; to plant, harvest, raise cattle or fur animals nor practice any other kind of farming activities on the land areas; to hunt on the land areas; to store any movables or chattel nor place a plaque or any such physical object on the land areas; to use or register the land areas as a place of residence; to stay on the land areas for longer than temporarily; to descend with a helicopter to the land areas; to practice mining or other such activities (e.g. excavating or crushing) on the land areas; to export or import organic or inorganic materials to the land areas; to pollute, litter or contaminate the land areas; or to order mail or other deliveries to the address of the land areas. Further, landholders shall have no right to carry on business or trade or register a business location on the Geocollectors land areas. The right of possession shall also be limited under applicable local legislation in the state of the land areas, such as the Finnish concept of Everyman’s Right in the land areas based in Finland.
No. Landholders shall have no right to order mail or other deliveries to the address of the land areas. Further, landholders shall have no right to carry on business or trade or register a business location on the Geocollectors land areas.