STUDY ON THE PREPARATION OF THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION IN THE LAND BOOK OF A PROPERTY IN KLADOVO – SERBIA
The study is carried out in collaboration with Serbian students from the MTC, from the Faculty of Agronomy of the University of Craiova and with a company from the same country, in order to make a comparison and analogy between the methods and procedures of surveying used in the two countries (Serbia and Romania). The paper presents a case study conducted in the town of Kladovo in Serbia in which a private property was taken into account, which must be registered in the Land Book. In order to solve all the requirements of such a work, a modern and new method was applied, used more and more in the topo-cadastral surveys, namely the combined method GPS and total station. From the surveys carried out in the field and processed at the office, it is found that the methodologies and working procedures are identical to those used in our country. It is also found that the equipment used is very modern and high-performance, which allowed to obtain a very high precision and a high economic efficiency of the work. In the end, the technical documentation prepared strictly complied with all the requirements of the legal norms imposed in Serbia and was done with great precision, which allowed it to be submitted to the office of the Land Book and the registration of the property studied in it. The significant difference between the technical documentation prepared for this property in Serbia and the documentation made in Romania is the Gauss-Kruger coordinate system in which the boundary points were determined, compared to the 1970 Stereographic system used in our country.
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