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Radulović, Aleksandra (author), Sladić, Dubravka (author), Govedarica, Miro (author), Raičević, Dušan (author)
Real properties plays an integral role in the economy of every country. Considering this, property valuation and taxation processes are of great importance. Revenues from property taxes can be allocated to other areas thus improving the quality of life for all citizens. Since the valuation and taxation are related to properties themselves, the...
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Tekavec, Jernej (author), Pogorelčnik, Ema (author), Kržan, Anja (author), Lisec, Anka (author)
The article presents the Slovenian land administration system focusing on the cadastral registration of buildings. We present the current structure of the land administration system and the latest upgrades introduced in 2018. In addition, we outline the main changes in the near future as a result of the new legislation adopted in April 2021 that...
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Kitsakis, Dimitrios (author), Kalogianni, Eftychia (author), Dimopoulou, Efi (author), Zevenbergen, Jaap (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author)
Intense exploitation of land in the vertical direction has brought up complex legal relations between different types of spatial units with various characteristics (e.g., land, marine, air, underground parcels, and infrastructure objects). Therefore, the use of 3D models is required to clearly represent real property and associated Rights,...
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Emamgholian, Saeid (author), Pouliot, Jacynthe (author), Shojaei, Davood (author)
Interpreting planning regulations could be a challenging task for land surveyors when defining new ownership boundaries and for responsible authorities (e.g., city council) when assessing proposed developments. They need to be aware of the impacts of planning regulations on land parcels and vice versa since these regulations contain legally...
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Atunggal, Dedi (author), Widjajanti, Nurrohmat (author), Aditya, Trias (author), Wahyudi, Agus (author)
In response to recent increases in the utilization of 3D spaces situated below and above land surfaces, both users and registrar increasingly demanding a reliable positioning infrastructure for a cadastre. This paper discusses some challenges and requirements for establishing a reliable positioning infrastructure to support 3D cadastre...
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Dželalija, Grgo (author), Roić, Miodrag (author)
With growing urbanization and population, management of space and land has become vital part for sustainable growth and development. Additional to urbanization and population growth, industrialization is another factor for rising need for various utilities such as sewage network, water supply, electricity etc. In such conditions, knowing where...
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Perperidou, Dionysia – Georgia (author), Xydopoulos, Andreas (author)
The introduction of Greece's Civil Code, in 1946, signaled the transition from the then applicable Roman-Byzantine Law, known as Armenopoulos Exabiblos, to a modernized legal framework. The Greek Property Law, Civil Code Book 3, it is consisting of a bundle of rules, regulations and restrictions on properties, property rights and properties use...
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Sun, Jing (author), Paasch, Jesper M. (author), Paulsson, Jenny (author), Tarandi, Väino (author), Harrie, Lars (author)
With the increased interest and demand for 3D property, 3D property formation has shown increased significance. It is important to provide efficient, clear and unambiguous methods to form 3D property units, as well as register 3D property RRRs (rights, restrictions and responsibilities). The 3D property formation process should facilitate...
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Gürsoy Sürmeneli, Hicret (author), Koeva, Mila (author), Alkan, Mehmet (author)
Representation of Right, Restriction, and Responsibility (RRR) in the 2D cadastral system falls short due to rapid urbanization causing complex infrastructures. Turkish cadastre, as in many other countries, faces difficulties in the daily recording of property transactions such as sales, donations among others. Therefore, it is highly...
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Madsen, Morten Dalum (author), Paaasch, Jesper Mayntz (author), Sørensen, Esben Munk (author)
The condominium concept is one form of 3D property that is used in many countries around the world to organize and register 3D real property situations. Condominium property was mainly introduced in various jurisdictions to facilitate homeownership by converting residen-tial apartment units in high-rise buildings into real property. Thus, the...
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Ho, Sin-Yi (author), Hong, Jung-Hong (author)
Regardless of whether explicitly recorded, every geographic data has various aspects about time. Especially for integrated applications, the temporal aspects of geographic data from different stakeholders play an extremely critical role. Ignorance of the temporal difference or valid time of the datasets may easily lead to unexpected and even...
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Aditya, Trias (author), Laksono, Dany P. (author), Atunggal, Dedi (author), Susanta, Febrian F. (author), Widjajanti, Nurrohmat (author), Setiawan, Mohammad B (author), Agam, Nurhidayat (author), Wibisono, Tri (author)
Developments of legal, institutional and technical aspects in realizing property registration of 3D parcels situated above and below 2D parcels are still evolving in many countries. 3D cadastres have to deal with various institutional/legal gaps and challenging information integration regarding the Rights-Restrictions-Responsibilities (3R) of 2D...
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Bydłosz, Jarosław (author), Warchoł, Artur (author), Balawejder, Monika (author), Bieda, Agnieszka (author)
The 3D cadastre model in Poland has been developed for several years. The summation of these works is the proposal of the model of the Polish cadastre developed using the UML language on the basis of the existing legal regulations, presented in detail in the work (Bydłosz and Bieda, 2020). The aim of the current research was practical...
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Khasanshina, Ksenia (author), Barazani, Shimon (author), Tal, Yoav (author)
Israel is a small territory country. It causes a lack of land for residance in areas of demand. Therefore, the issue of utilizing land effectivley include underground and above, registration of rights in the land in a three-dimensional form is particularly relevant. The main problem was the definition of ownership in Israeli legislation. At the...
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Atazadeh, Behnam (author), Olfat, Hamed (author), Rajabifard, Abbas (author)
Many research studies have been recently conducted in Australia and New Zealand to explore a range of technical, legal, and institutional aspects related to modernisation of 3D cadastre. Most of these studies focus on a particular jurisdiction. This stems from the fact that each jurisdiction is responsible for their own cadastral system....
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Karabin, Marcin (author), Kitsakis, Dimitrios (author), Koeva, Mila (author), Navratil, Gerhard (author), Paasch, Jesper M. (author), Paulsson, Jenny (author), Vučić, Nikola (author), Janečka, Karel (author), Lisec, Anka (author)
At present, the implementation of cadastral registration of transport investments (such as railway lines on bridges and on viaducts, roads on viaducts, etc.) is performed in the so-called "layer" system. This means that many objects are constructed at different levels (layers) within the space of a given parcel. Several parties may be interested...
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Ramlakhan, Rohit (author), Kalogianni, Eftychia (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author)
Two dimensional (2D) Land Administration Systems (LASs) do not adequately represent 3D underground objects. It is not easy to identify the owners of these objects and the relations between objects below and above the surface are not explicitly provided. A 3D LAS can however facilitate a better understanding, as well as a more efficient...
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Rashidan, Hanis (author), Abdul Rahman, Alias (author), Sani, Mohammed J. (author)
Currently, stratified property rights are registered and managed using two-dimensional subdivision plans. These plans do not accurately depict property spaces in complex structures such as high-rise buildings, tunnels and utilities, underground infrastructures, etc. 3D rich data like building information modelling (BIM) could be utilized as a...
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Gkeli, Maria (author), Potsiou, Chryssy (author)
The ongoing urbanization has led to the emergence of several complex constructions and multi-dimensional property rights. Traditional cadastral procedures cannot meet the demands of this new reality, leading to increased costs and long delays. Exploiting the capabilities of the latest technologies, mobile services (m-services), Building...
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Broekhuizen, Marjan (author), Kalogianni, Eftychia (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author)
The growth of cities and the pressure on land worldwide leads to more complex and multilevel structures with different space interrelations. For the registration of complex spaces mostly 2D Land Administration Systems (LAS) are used, while a representation of space in 3D could provide a clearer insight. Concurrently, technological advancements...
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