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Drugi hrvatski kongres o katastru, Zagreb, 24-26. listopada 2001.

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casopis.p65 News KiG, 2002, 1 100 Second Croatian Congress on Cadastre Zagreb, 24-24 October, 2001 In Zagreb, in the hotel Opera , the Second Croatian Congress on Cadastre was held from 24th till 26th of October 2001 under the sponsorship of the Government of the Republic of Croatia and organised by the Croatian Geodetic Society. Among more than 400 participants present at the opening of this geodetic gathering there were: Bo o Kovačević, minister of the Environmental Protection and Spatial Management and the representative of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, Marijan Ramu čak, the representative of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia, Milan Bandić, mayor of the City of Zagreb, eljko Bačić, director of the State Geodetic Administration, Jure Radić, president of the Croatian Engineering Association and member of Parliament, Tomislav Ba ić, dean of the Faculty of Geodesy, Damir Delač, president of the Croatian Chamber of Architects and Civil Engineers, Ivica Mikičić, president of the Geodesy Engineers Class in the Chamber and representative of the World Bank. In the period of four years, from the First Croatian Congress on Cadastre there has been a number of laws passed that indicated the need for a new gathering to be organised that would be dedicated to the same problems. Cadastre had fulfilled till the year 1990 the functions that were determined by the Law of Geodetic Survey and Real Estate Cadastre, and they served first of all for the purpose of cadastre income taxation. The function of the cadastre as the basis for land registry was neglected. The Law of Ownership and other Real Rights, Law of Land Registry and the Law of State Survey and Real Estate Cadastre make the function of cadastre far more greater significance in the protection of ownership. The process of privatisation connec

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