Study programme and level
|Lectures||Seminar||Tutorial||Druge oblike študija||Individual Work||ECTS|
The condition for inclusion is enrollment in the 1st year.
Content (Syllabus outline):
Real estate management (legal framework, development policies, strategies)
Land policy, real estate management and sustainable development
The role of the public and private sectors in real estate management
Real estate market
Mass valuation of real estate
Taxation of real estate
Spatially enabled society
Spatial data infrastructure and Integrated geospatial information framework
Geospatial information management at national, regional and local levels
Land information system and databases
Land cadastre, Building cadastre, Register of real estate, Public infrastructure cadastre – purpose, management, maintenance, use
Real estate cadastre – design of a new arrangement
eSpatial – ePlan, eBuilding, Spatial information system, real estate recording
Land register – management and maintenance
Electronic land register
Land registration processes (general, special)
Registration and entry of condominiums into the land register
Registration of documents and registration of legal title
Review of real estate recording in European countries with specifics
European and worldwide spatial and real estate guidelines, systems, strategies, European directives
Strategic pathways and Drivers for change
Objectives and competences:
Real estate management and knowledge of spatial data infrastructure are the basic elements on which they build prosperous economies of developed countries. In Slovenia, land register, land cadastre and building cadastre are fundamental, de iure records of real estate. A separate register of real estate was set-up, mainly because of the needs of real estate mass valuation and foreseen unified and more fair taxation of real estate, demonstrating in particular, the actual situation. Deliberately and systematically monitoring and recording of real estate data means integrating and linking locational and technical real estate data and data on rights to real estate and legal facts relating to real estate. Cadastre and land register provide a framework for sustainable development and promote good governance.
The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the importance of real estate registration, the legislation in this area and to bring them closer a variety of records and databases that are emerging in the field of management of space and real estate recording. Students become familiar with the rules of the functioning of the real estate market, the establishment of spatial data infrastructure, land policy. Real estate initiatives on regional and global levels, as well as some advanced European real estate solutions.
Learning unit contributes to the development of the following general and subject-specific competencies:
– Knowledge of real estate recording and management,
– Knowledge of directives and other relevant legislation in this area,
– Ability of flexible usage of knowledge in practice,
– Ability of independent study and research work assisted by tutors,
– Ability to understand the sequence of acts in this area,
– Ability to link legal theory with legal practice in this area,
– Organizational skills to organize active and independent work,
– Communicating with experts from various fields of real estate and with different interest groups.
Intended learning outcomes:
Knowledge and understanding:
– Student understands the basic principles of real estate recording and management,
– Student knows European systems of real estate recording and management,
– Student knows the land registry, land cadastre, building cadastre, real estate register and other real estate and spatial records, their interdependence, the usefulness and benefits of integrated, efficient systems ,
– Student knows and understands the procedures and processes of real estate recording and management,
– Student develops the skills of active monitoring and understanding of real estate maintenance, recording and management issues and related spatial, infrastructure, agricultural, environmental, social and development policies
Learning and teaching methods:
– Lectures with active participation of students (presentations, discussions, questions, examples, problems solving).
– Individual and/or group consultation (discussion, additional explanation, specific issues).
Written exam is requested.
Normativne podlage (Stvarnopravni zakonik, Zakon o evidentiranju nepremičnin, Zakon o množičnem vrednotenju nepremičnin, Zakon o geodetski dejavnosti, Zakon o infrastrukturi za prostorske informacije, Zakon o zemljiški knjigi, Zakon o vzpostavitvi etažne lastnine na določenih stavbah in o ugotavljanju pripadajočega zemljišča, Zakon o urejanju prostora, Zakon o prostorskem načrtovanju, Zakon o graditvi objektov, Stanovanjski zakon, Zakon o nepremičninskem posredovanju in ostalo).
Best Practices 3D Cadastres, Editor: Peter van Oosterom, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), FIG Publication FIG3D-cad, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018, https://www.fig.net/resources/publications/figpub/FIG_3DCad/FIG_3DCad-final.pdf
UN-GGIM, Integrated Geospatial Information Framework, A Strategic Guide to Develop and Strengthen National Geospatial Information management, New York, 2018.
Doing Business, The World Bank Group, http://www.doingbusiness.org/
Božena Lipej, Benchmarking sistemov za upravljanje nepremičnin. Geodetski vestnik, Vol. 59, št. 2, 2015, str. 262-274.
Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), The World Bank. FIG Publication no. 60, 2014, https://www.fig.net/resources/publications/figpub/pub60/Figpub60.pdf
Cadastre 2014 and Beyond, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), FIG Publication no. 61, 2014, http://fig.net/pub/figpub/pub61/figpub61.htm
Matjaž Tratnik, Renato Vrenčur, Nepremičninsko pravo 2, GV Založba, 2012.
Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries, and Forests in the Context of National Food Security. Rim: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rim, 2012, http://www.fao.org/nr/tenure/voluntary-guidelines/en/
Ian Williamson et al., Land Administration for Sustainable Development, ESRI Press Academic, Redlands, California, 2010.
Land Governance in Support of The Millenium Development Goals, International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), The World Bank, FIG Publication no. 45, 2009, http://www.fig.net/resources/publications/figpub/pub45/figpub45.pdf
Abbas Rajabifard, Towards a Spatially Enabled Society. Melbourne: The University of Melbourne, 2007.
Land administration in the ECE Region, developments, trends and main principles, UN-ECE, 2005, http://www.unece.org/env/documents/2005/wpla/ECE-HBP-140-e.pdf.
Miha Juhart, Matjaž Tratnik, Renato Vrenčur, Andrej Berden, Tomaž Keresteš, Vesna Rijavec, Ana Vlahek, Stvarnopravni zakonik s komentarjem, znanstvena monografija, GV založba, 2004.
Klaus W. Deininger, Land policies for growth and poverty reduction, Oxford University Press, cop. 2003.
Prostor, Prostorski portal, Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.e-prostor.gov.si/si
Portal e-sodstvo (Elektronska zemljiška knjiga), http://www.sodisce.si/javne_knjige/zemljiska_knjiga/
Zemljiške knjige – Evropski portal e-pravosodje – Portal European Justice
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Working Party on Land Administration,
UN-GGIM, United Nations Initiative on Global Geospatial Information Management, http://ggim.un.org/
Infrastructure for spatial information in the European Community (INSPIRE-theme page)