OGD19KN2 - Real estate cadastre 2

Course specification
Type of study Bachelor academic studies
Study programme
Course title Real estate cadastre 2
Acronym Status Semester Number of classes ECTS
OGD19KN2 mandatory 6 2L + 2E 5.0
Lecturer/Associate (practicals)
Prerequisite Form of prerequisites
Geodetic survey 1 To attend classes, you should take the course Geodetic Survey 1. To take the exam, you should pass the exam in the subject Geodetic Survey 1.
Learning objectives
Acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge about land cadastre, cadastral records on land and other immovable properties, land registry, and solving problems arising in said records.
Learning outcomes
Use of acquired knowledge in maintaining land cadastre, real estate cadastre with the established user, space planning, expropriation procedure, real estate management, the introduction of information systems, and new modern multidimensional cadastres.
Cadastre of utilities. Types of utilities. Geodetic basis, measurement of lines. Finding underground utilities. Thematic units. Establishment of a cadastre of utilities. Maintenance of cadastre of utilities. Issuance of data from the cadastre database. Basic concepts of space planning. Spatial plans, urban plans. Expropriation (regulations, rules, users, preparatory actions, determination of general interest, expropriation plan, expropriation procedure, and geodetic-technical works in expropriation) Fiscal cadastres (land cadastre, real estate cadastre with established user, etc. Land use method, culture and a class of land. Land register. Information system of the real estate cadastre and utilities. INSPIRE directive. The infrastructure of geospatial data. Real estate management - principles of management. Cadastre in the real estate management system. Real estate management data models, standards and data classes. Multidimensional cadastres. Establishment of cadastre of utilities. Maintenance of cadastre of utilities. Issuance of data from the cadastre database.
Teaching Methods
Teaching takes place through lectures, where students are introduced to the theoretical foundations, and an essay is prepared during the exercises.
  1. Macanović, D.: Real estate cadastre - optimal model of the real estate register, Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, University of Banja Luka, 2019.
  2. Miladinović, M.: Real estate cadastre, University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Banja Luka, 2013.
  3. Miladinović, M.: Geodetic plans, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, 2005.
  4. Macanović, D.: Cadastre of real estate and the need for compaction, Technology, Union of Engineers and Technicians of Serbia, Belgrade, 2019.
  5. Macanović, D. and Đurić, M.: From the origin of the cadastre in Bosnia and Herzegovina to the real estate cadastre as a register of real estate and real rights to them, VI Croatian Congress on Cadastre, Zagreb, 2018.
Evaluation and grading
Knowledge test: the activity in lectures and exercises (5 points), the written essay (independence in writing, form, and content (10 points)), the defense of the essay by stages of writing (35 points in total), and the final exam (50 points) are evaluated.
Specific remarks