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Real Property Management

One of the Land Board’s activities is the management of state-owned land that is under the administration of the Ministry of the Environment, i.e.

  1. organisation of use, disposal and possession of state-owned real property
  2. fulfilling of tasks in the conformity of Nature Conservation Act regarding the acquisition and execution of pre-emption of lands under nature conservation restrictions
  3. keeping account of state lands, ensuring the maintenance and availability of relevant documents.


The above tasks are performed by the Land Board’s Department of Real Property Management. The Department includes the Bureau of Real Property Administration and the Bureau of Real Property Management.

The Bureau of Real Property Administration analyses the goals and possibilities of use of state assets under the Land Board's administration, organises public auctions for selling land that is not needed by the state and for renting out of arable land, arrenges maintenance of state-owned lands and constitutes the right of superfices on state-owned land. 

 As a rule, transfer and grant of use of state assets is carried out in the conformity with the State Assets Act and the Minister of the Environment Regulation no 14 of 28 April 2010 "Procedure for granting use of and transfer of real property under the administration of the Ministry of the Environment". 

 The Bureau of Real Property Management carries out procedures for the acquisition of immovables under nature protection restrictions, transfers immovable properties to local governments, non-profit organisations, foundations, etc., cedes state assets to other ministries, encumbers state assets with limited real rights (personal right of use, easements), rents out state-owned land for extraction of mineral resources, keeps account of lands under the administration of the Ministry of the Environment and its agencies, makes entries in the state property register and organises the registration of state assets in the land register.  

The procedure for the acquisition is governed by §20 of the Nature Conservation Act and the Government of the Republic Regulation no 242 of 08 July 2004 "Procedure for the acquisition of property containing protected natural object by the state and for proceeding of such proposals, and the criteria according to which the protection procedure is considered to be significantly restrictive to the intended use, and the procedure and principles for the determination of property’s value".

Transfer, ceding and encumbering of state assets is carried out in the conformity with the State Assets Act and the Minister of the Environment Regulation no 14 of 28 April 2010 "Procedure for granting use of and transfer of real property under the administration of the Ministry of the Environment". 

Renting out of land for extraction of mineral resources is carried out in the conformity with the Earth’s Crust Act and the Government Regulation no 132 of 09 June 2005 "Procedure for allowing extraction of mineral resources from the state-owned immovable".

Making entries in the state property register is carried out pursuant to the Government of the Republic Regulation no 178 of 16 December 2010 "Establishment of the state property register and its statues".

More information
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PUBLIC AUCTION CONDUCTED IN WRITING (  - 655,84 KB, 15.09.2016 )


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