Law on state survey and real estate cadaster. | Land Portal

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May 2007
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LEX-FAOC169624
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This Law regulates the issues regarding the state survey, the real estate cadastre and the registration of rights real estate, the cadastre of the water supply pipelines, the basic state map and topographic maps, the boundary of the state border and other specific issues of importance for the state survey and cadaster as official state mapping/survey register.The Law is divided into XIX Chapters and 192 articles, including the offences and related penalties (see Chapter XVIII).

Amended by: Law amending the Law on state survey and real estate cadaster. (2011-06-22)

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Vesna
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