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Prilagoditev zemljiškokatstrskega prikaza pri izdelavi geodetskega načrta

Land cadastral representation adjustment when making land survey plan

Author(s):

Miran Brumec, Janez Koleša

Abstract:

Surveying plans are made in the national coordinate system. Land cadastral representation is based on cadastral plans of graphical measurements for the most of the country. Therefore, when a land survey plan with the land cadastre content is made, it is necessary to adjust the cutting area of the surveying plan to the national coordinate system in order to archive optimal adjustment of the land cadastral content inside national coordinate system.The foundation for the adjustment are cadastral plans, a collection of documents, land cadastre points, boundary points of measurement, orthophotos, data controls and the corresponding model of transformation. A high quality constructed land survey plan with land cadastral content is also harmonized with the topographical contents. Furthermore, the land survey plan contains the most recent recorded data of the land cadastre and data from the document collection.Applicable professional standards in the surveying branch require that every adjustment of the cutting area in the surveying plan be unique, because storing the information that serves as the basis for adjustments is not typically done. There is a strong likelihood that two land survey plans of the same area do not have a coherent land cadastre representation.

Keywords:

land survey plan, coordinate system, land cadastre representation, real estate recording

DOI: 10.15292/geodetski-vestnik.2011.02.284-291

Citation:

Miran Brumec, Janez Koleša (2011). Prilagoditev zemljiškokatstrskega prikaza pri izdelavi geodetskega načrta. | Land cadastral representation adjustment when making land survey plan. Geodetski vestnik, 55 (2), 284-291. DOI: 10.15292/geodetski-vestnik.2011.02.284-291

ISSN: 0352-3551
EISSN: 1581-0267
COBISS: 3664386
UDK: (05) 532;556;626/628.6
Zveza geodetov Slovenije
Publisher:
Association of Surveyors of Slovenia
Zemljemerska ulica 12, SI-1000 Ljubljana
E-mail: info@geodetski-vestnik.com
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