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Cadastre
Abbreviation: B24A03Load: 30(L) + 0(P) + 0(FE) + 0(LE) + 0(S) + 0(PEE) + 0(E) + 45()
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Miodrag Roić
Lecturers: dr. sc. Mario Mađer ( )
doc. dr. sc. Loris Redovniković ( )
Course description:

Introduce students to the key registers of land / real estates and enable them to participate in their manufacture and maintenance.


Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
  • To be familiar with real restate registers and interests on them, to understand the measures of land development and the methods of land evaluation.
  • To know the regulations and administrative framework important for geodesy and geoinformatics, the regulations related to copy rights, publishing and exchange of spatial data.
  • To produce geodetic documentation needed for registration in cadastral and land registers, and the documentation needed in engineering works.
  • To determine and interpret the size, properties and relations between objects in space on the basis of measured data, spatial databases, plans and maps.
  • To maintain topographic, cartographic, maritime navigation and land information systems, to integrate and visualize spatial information.
  • To follow and adopt new technological achievements in the field of surveying, geoinformation systems and services based on the position, as well as changes of regulations and standards.

Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course
  • Distinguish relations between people and land and the concepts and content of: land administration, land management and land policy
  • Recognize the land features to be registered in the cadastre and recognize their boundaries and other borders
  • Collect data about the land and carry out the registration of those data in the Cadastre
  • Distinguish ways of registration of certain land features in the Cadastre and Land registry in accordance with regulations
  • Link registers of real estates (Cadastre) and interest on them (Land registry) and distinguish the role of surveyors and other experts
  • Distinguish the conceptual, logical and physical models which are applied in cadastral systems
  • Maintain the data registered in the Cadastre and Land registry in accordance with assigned authorisation
  • Apply acquired knowledge about the cadastre on the real estate market and during the preparation of spatial representations for sustainable development projects, urban planning and environmental protection projects

Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
  • Week 1: Introduction (learning outcomes, evaluation of students, literature, program of lectures, terms)
  • Week 2: Land and interests (land and interests, terms about land, land administration, land policy)
  • Week 3: Land / real estate registers (the need for a registers, structure, principles, content and purpose of the particular registers)
  • Week 4: Historical overview of the development of land registers (cadastral periods, cadastres throughout history, today's cadastres)
  • Week 5: Land cadastre and representation of the data (data models, data management, metadata)
  • Week 6: Spatial basis (units of measurement, projection reference coordinate systems, development of the cadastre)
  • Week 7: Cadastral survey - methods (overview of measurement methods throughout history, cadastral mapping, monumentation of cadastral parcels, determination of area)
  • Week 8: Land valuation and public display of data (different approaches of land valuation, public display of data)
  • Week 9: 1st preliminary exam
  • Week 10: Maintenance of cadastral data (different approaches to the maintenance of cadastral data, implementation of changes, cadastral survey of field changes)
  • Week 11: Production of geodetic documentation on the changes (types of geodetic documentation, content and purpose of the particular documentation, numeration of cadastral parcels when changes on the land occur)
  • Week 12: Reconstruction of cadastral data (redrawing of cadastral map sheets, digitization of cadastral documentation, (re)construction of cadastral map, vectorization of cadastral map, georeferencing of cadastral map)
  • Week 13: Responsibilities (land administration system factors, organization of cadastral activities, organization of the public authorities)
  • Week 14: Spatial units (hierarchy of spatial units, types of spatial units, Register of spatial units)
  • Week 15: 2nd preliminary exam

Screening student work
  • Class attendance - 0.25 ECTS
  • Practical training - 0.75 ECTS
  • Oral exam - 2 ECTS
  • Written exam - 1 ECTS
  • Project - 1 ECTS
Lecture languages: - - -
Compulsory literature:
1. Roić, M.: Katastar - interna skripta, Geodetski fakultet, Zagreb 2011.
2. Roić, M., Medić, V., Fanton, I., : Katastar zemljišta i zemljišna knjiga - skripta, Geodetski fakultet, Zagreb 1999.Geodetski fakultet, Zagreb 1999.
4. Narodne novine: Propisi
6. Roić, M. (2012): Upravljanje zemljišnim informacijama - katastar. Sveučilište u Zagrebu Geodetski fakultet, ISBN 978-953-6082-16-2, Zagreb.
Recommended literature:
3. Larsson, G.: Land registration and cadastral systems, Longman Scientific Tehnical, London 1991
5. Kaufman, J., Staudler, D. (1998): Cadastre 2014, FIG publication.
Prerequisit for enrollment:
Completed : Principles of Land Rigister Law
Passed : Land Surveying
Legend
L - Lectures
P - Practicum
FE - Field exercises
LE - Laboratory exercises
S - Seminar
PEE - Physical education excercises.
E - Exercises
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* - Not graded
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Programska podrška (c) 2006. Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva.
Oblikovanje(c) 2006. Listopad Web Studio.
Posljednja izmjena 2016-07-27