The purpose of the diploma thesis has been to examine the specifics of cadastral procedures according to the official land cadastre documentation on the basis of a selection of "special cases". These specific cases were selected empirically based on the knowledge and experience of the supervisor and co-supervisor. The main selection criterion was the inconsistency of "facts" encountered by the land surveyor in the field. For this purpose, we selected 16 cadastral cases, which we examined in detail. In the analysis, we came across various cadastral procedures, such as the cadastral boundary determination, parcel subdivision, renewal of the cadastral procedure, parcel boundary adjustment and determination of the building footprint. We came to the conclusion that in practice, there are errors that have been done by both cadastral service providers and by the Surveying and Mapping Authority during the maintenance of land cadastre. Some errors have occurred, among others, by the digitization of the cadastral data. Some common examples we have studied are the challenges regarding construction across the land parcel boundary, deviation of land possession boundaries from those according to the land cadastre, as well as court cases of parcel boundary determination. All these problems can be solved by the process of parcel boundaries determination, by renewing the cadastral procedure or by correcting an error in the land cadastre, although it is not always clear in the legislation what procedure is envisaged for a specific case.