Cadastral Surveying

Below this page you can see the services we provide in the field of cadastral surveying.


The documentation you need to legalize your object is as follows:

• Surveying
• Design of the completed object in triplicate
• proof of right of use, ownership, lease
• proof of payment of compensation for urban construction land
• proof of payment of the administrative tax

Surveying sketch is a graphical representation of the actual state of the field, the location and shape of objects, infrastructure, topography and their interrelations. The surveying sketch should also include an elevation view of the terrain, which can be represented by angles and isophipse.

Surveying sketch the law on planning and construction should include:

• Object that is the subject of the procedure, with coordinates of at least two points of the front façade (in the state coordinate system, Gaus-Krieger projection);
• Purpose, floors and gross development area of ​​the building;
• All other objects on the parcel, as well as the positions of the objects on adjacent parcels;
• Existing fences, infrastructure facilities and connections;
• Locations of public and internal streets and roads;
• Poles, overhead line poles, manholes, underground lines;
• Height representation of the terrain - absolute elevation;
• Limits of cadastral parcel by real estate cadastre, parcel number and numbers of adjacent cadastral parcels;


Surveying is a graphical representation of the actual state of the field, the location and shape of objects, infrastructure, topography and their interrelations.

Surveying sketch usually contains a height representation of the terrain, which can be represented by elevations and isohips.

In short, the surveying sketch should include:

• object that is the subject of the procedure, with coordinates of at least two points of the front facade (in the state coordinate system, Gaus-Krieger projection),
• the purpose, floors and gross development area of ​​the building,
• all other objects on the parcel, as well as the positions on adjacent parcels,
• existing fences, infrastructure units and connections,
• the location of public and internal roads and streets, poles, poles of overhead lines, manholes, underground lines,
• Height representation of the terrain,
• boundaries of cadastral parcel by real estate cadastre, parcel number and numbers of adjacent parcels...


Land partition is a procedure by which the area and shape of a parcel are divided into a real estate cadastre. Basically, one cadastral parcel is divided into several or merged into one.

Land partition is done when the owner or user owns a cadastral parcel of larger area that he wants to parcel to smaller parcels for sale, and also in case the co-owners or users want to convert their ideal parts into concrete parcels, ie to obtain a building permit.

For land partition/pre-partition it is first necessary to obtain location information.

It defines urban conditions for the formation of cadastral parcels, construction parcels and construction conditions in the area. On the basis of the above, it is necessary to develop a preparation project, which is made in cooperation with the urban planner (architect) and the surveyor, who are registered and licensed for this type of work.

The basis for drafting the project is the cadastral-topographic plan.


Geodetic survey is a series of documents that are drafted and submitted to the appropriate institution (Cadastre, Legislation / Legislation Secretary, Technical Admission…) in order to carry out the change resulting from the construction on the ground and to implement it in the cadastre and the like.

In order to draw the object in the cadastral plans or to expand the existing object, an elaboration of geodetic works is done to draw the object in the cadastral plans. The content of the elaborate of geodetic works is a part with general data on the object, location and investor and a technical geodetic part with measurement data and a sketch where the newly created condition is shown in red.

In the case of the elaborate of geodetic works for legalization, it contains all the above mentioned and surveying sketch, which is done according to the Rulebook and should go where the Report on the state of affairs with the study of geodetic works.

When a special part of an object, an apartment, a shop, a garage, an auxiliary room ... is not registered and the object is recorded in the cadastre, a sketch of a separate part of the object is made, ie. elaboration of geodetic works flooring on the basis of whom and evidence of ownership can record a separate part of the object.

For the purposes of technical admission, elaborate of geodetic works for technical admission is prepared, which contains a part for drawing.


Restoration of the boundaries of the cadastral parcel (marking of parcels) is the procedure of restoration of landmark points of the parcel, based on the data of the valid survey, ie the survey officially valid in the records of the Republic Geodetic Authority (in the cadastre).

Landmark points on the terrain are marked with signs which, depending on the terrain, as well as depending on the wishes and needs of the owner of the parcel, can be reinforced concrete mark (prescribed dimensions: 10x10x50 cm), iron sticks (if desired), wooden sticks, nail in asphalt or concrete or red paint on an existing object or fence.

The purpose of restoring the boundaries of the cadastral parcel is to determine the ownership of the land, and is undertaken in cases where there is a dispute between the owners / users of adjacent parcels, when the sale or rent of the parcel is made, when it is necessary to determine the way of using the parcels (based on co-ownership shares) or, simply, when the holder of a real right in the parcel wants to know reliably where the boundaries of the parcel are. It is especially important to restore the boundaries of the parcels prior to the construction of the fence, as a possible mistake in positioning the fence can be extremely costly, and not only in monetary terms.


The cadastral topographic plan serves as the basis for design in construction and urban planning.

The contents of the cadastral topographic plan are the boundaries of the cadastral parcel, all the objects, the purpose of the land, the accompanying installations (water supply, electricity, sewage, gas pipeline, telecommunication ...), the accompanying road network as well as the altitude representation of the terrain, and if necessary, the client and additional things.

The aforementioned situational plan is done only in accordance with the regulations in force and always opens the case in the competent cadastre to be a valid and usable plan. It is made as a digital topographic plan and in print paper geodetic plan for the purpose of completing the project documentation.

We can also make the above digital plan as a digital terrain model complete with 3D terrain representation, with the elevation of any point and isophipse all over the terrain.

The cadastral topographic plan is the first thing and as such is the basis for design and construction. It is extremely important to do it with a lot of care and dedication because all the later jobs are tied to that situational plan and any irregularity is expensive.

Our important advantage is that in the field we establish a network of geodetic points from which recording and marking is performed, thus ensuring positional permanence and stability, precision and quality of work.


The situational or topographic plan also represents a graphical representation of the terrain with or without an elevation view, except that, unlike the cadastral-topographic plan, it does not contain a mandatory representation of the boundaries of the parcels.

A topographic plan is a drawing that shows in digital or analog form the main factual characteristics in the field, such as buildings, fences, roads, rivers, lakes ... In addition, the topographic plan shows the purpose of land, such as fields, forests, orchards ...

The topographic plan is made to the extent required by the investor or the designer.


Specification of special parts of a building is the process by which ownership is established on a specific part of a building, ie. above the dwelling unit and its parts.

If you are the owner of an apartment in a non-condominium building, you are in fact the owner of an undefined part of the building. The sketch of the separate parts of the building (sketch along the V sheet) is a graphical representation of a separate part within the building (house), or within each floor of the building (house) and is made in a convenient scale.

The specification of special parts of a building by floors contains information about those special parts of the building, in particular:

• purpose,
• record number,
• number of special part of the building,
• net usable area,
• room (structure),
• floor (level) on which it is located.


Everything that is built such as houses, buildings, garages, ancillary facilities, roads, railroads… must be geodetic recorded and recorded in the competent cadastre of buildings

With the construction of lines, installations, such as power grid, water supply, sewage, heating, telecommunications and supporting infrastructures either underground or above ground, it is the obligation of the investor to perform geodetic surveying and plotting in the competent cadastre of the conduits. In order to draw lines it is necessary to carry out geodetic measurements in the field, to measure every turning point of water lines - installations, obligatory with altitude.

On the basis of the geodetic measurement of water - installation, a Geodetic study is made for the drawing of lines - installation and submission to the cadastre of lines for drawing.

It is absolutely necessary to do geodetic survey of the lines - installation since only the drawn lines - installations officially exist and in any works if damage to the drawn line of the installation occurs, the contractor is obliged to compensate for the damage, otherwise he bears no responsibility.


The distance of the bookmaker, the object of the game of chance from the school, the educational institution is a mandatory document for the work drafted by the surveyor, the Surveying Agency, the Surveying Bureau and certified by the competent cadastre.

The distance between the bookmaker and the school must be more than 200. m. the shortest footpath from the entrance to the bookmaker to the nearest part of the school. This is established by direct geodetic measurement in the field, processing of measurement data by which a survey is made and verified by the competent cadastre.

Speed ​​and accuracy of work are especially important because it is not possible to start work until a study of the distance of the bookmaker from the school is completed and a certified distance certificate is obtained on the basis of it.


A parcel identification is a procedure when a party has parcel information (such as a cadastral parcel number or similar information) but is unaware or unsure of its location and how to find the cadastral parcel. This often happens when inheritance - age-old solutions and when reclaiming land - restitution. If a party knows where his parcel is in the field but does not have any information, a number of pitches and similar things can occur.

This procedure of finding a plot is done when there is no need to perform mediation but only to show the plot, to show the plot where the party will be introduced to the plot. Indication of the plot can be done on aerial and satellite images as well as a sketch of the position of the cadastral parcel with access roads and associated infrastructure (electricity, water supply, sewage and the like).

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