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TECHNOLOGICAL GIS SUPPORT OF PROPERTY SETTLEMENT OF LARGE STRUCTURES

Originální název

TECHNOLOGICAL GIS SUPPORT OF PROPERTY SETTLEMENT OF LARGE STRUCTURES

Anglický název

TECHNOLOGICAL GIS SUPPORT OF PROPERTY SETTLEMENT OF LARGE STRUCTURES

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article deals with technological GIS support of property settlement of large structures. The builder is obliged to realize the construction on his land to which he has the ownership right or secured another legal relationship. The process of proprietary settlement begins in the process of planning permission and ends with the issuance of a building permit. Property settlement of a structure includes the identification of existing land parcels and its owners in the area of the boundaries of the future structure, ie. permanent and temporary occupation. The analysis is performed using digital cadastral data. The aim is to generate the necessary data on the participants in the construction proceedings and prepare the documents for writing purchase or lease contracts in favor of the builder, and analysis of price and tax information. for Underground technical infrastructure objects the preparation of documents for marking and recording easements is solved. The data of the occupation report process are part of the structure BIM. Due to the different quality of cadastral and other background data, and related legal links, their analysis is a complicated problem.

Anglický abstrakt

The article deals with technological GIS support of property settlement of large structures. The builder is obliged to realize the construction on his land to which he has the ownership right or secured another legal relationship. The process of proprietary settlement begins in the process of planning permission and ends with the issuance of a building permit. Property settlement of a structure includes the identification of existing land parcels and its owners in the area of the boundaries of the future structure, ie. permanent and temporary occupation. The analysis is performed using digital cadastral data. The aim is to generate the necessary data on the participants in the construction proceedings and prepare the documents for writing purchase or lease contracts in favor of the builder, and analysis of price and tax information. for Underground technical infrastructure objects the preparation of documents for marking and recording easements is solved. The data of the occupation report process are part of the structure BIM. Due to the different quality of cadastral and other background data, and related legal links, their analysis is a complicated problem.

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@inproceedings{BUT164496,
  author="Jiří {Bureš} and Dalibor {Bartoněk} and Otakar {Švábenský}",
  title="TECHNOLOGICAL GIS SUPPORT OF PROPERTY SETTLEMENT OF LARGE STRUCTURES",
  annote="The article deals with technological GIS support of property settlement of large structures. The builder is obliged to realize the construction on his land to which he has the ownership right or secured another legal relationship. The process of proprietary settlement begins in the process of planning permission and ends with the issuance of a building permit. Property settlement of a structure includes the identification of existing land parcels and its owners in the area of the boundaries of the future structure, ie. permanent and temporary occupation. The analysis is performed using digital cadastral data. The aim is to generate the necessary data on the participants in the construction proceedings and prepare the documents for writing purchase or lease contracts in favor of the builder, and analysis of price and tax information. for Underground technical infrastructure objects the preparation of documents for marking and recording easements is solved. The data of the occupation report process are part of the structure BIM. Due to the different quality of cadastral and other background data, and related legal links, their analysis is a complicated problem.",
  address="Bulgarian Cartographic Association",
  chapter="164496",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Bulgarian Cartographic Association",
  number="1",
  year="2020",
  month="june",
  pages="183--190",
  publisher="Bulgarian Cartographic Association"
}