Availability of Cadastral Data

Miodrag Roić, Vlado Cetl, Mario Mađer


Data and information within the authority of the government are information of the public sector for which the competent institutions are responsible. These data are normally public property. However, when these data become accessible on the Internet, public access is regulated. The most frequent reason behind this is the decision to charge for the expenses. This paper deals with two specific approaches to this issue and describes characteristics of the services through which cadastral data can be viewed. Both approaches are analyzed with regard to the payment of expenses, i.e. the policy on the access and price of public information in some countries, with special emphasis on cadastral data.


cadastre; public information; availability; pricing policy

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