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Land cadastre

The Land Cadastre is a national register the objective of which is to record and preserve information reflecting the value of land, the natural status of land and the use of land, and to make such information available to the public.

The Land Cadastre consists of the cadastral register and maps. The cadastral register contains the following data pertaining to a cadastral parcel: cadastral register number, address, area, intended use, restrictions, data pertaining to boundary points, etc. All data can be visualised as maps (cadastral map, restrictions map, land quality and valuation map).

The Land Board is the authorised processor of the cadastre, i.e. cadastral registrar. The function of the cadastral registrar is to register cadastral parcels, register restrictions and rights of use of land, and collect and process data necessary for the valuation of land.

Cadastral documents are stored in the cadastral archive. The e-Cadastre software enables to maintain also a digital archive.

Land surveyors can use the Virtual Office of e-Cadastre, in which they can apply for initial tasks, view data of adjacent parcels, upload and forward to the registrar survey results, digitally signed documents, etc.

 

Viewing of cadastral data and extracts from cadastre

 

The only official extract from the cadastre is a document of registration of a land unit in the cadastre, which is certified by the seal and signature of the cadastral registrar and which sets out the cadastral register number, intended use, location and area of the cadastral unit and the legal basis for the formation of the cadastral unit, and a copy of a cadastre plan certified by the seal and signature of the cadastral registrar or an extract of the maps certified by the seal and signature of the cadastral registrar.

 

Official extracts from the cadastre are taxed with a state fee.

Cadastral data are freely available for viewing in:



Last updated: 08.09.2017