Master thesis presents the process of massive cadastral land subdivision of Agrarian Communities property. These are communities that have existed for centuries and have jointly owned land. Some communities find it difficult to use forest and agricultural land, so the purpose of the thesis is to define the possibilities of dividing the common property of the Agrarian Community for individual land management, where individuals can freely dispose with their property. The aim of master thesis is, inter alia, to develop a conceptual model of the process that will serve as a basis for optimization, for a fairer and more efficient distribution of assets among community members. We studied various distribution methods, such as Knaster’s method of fair distribution with monetary compensations at the auction with sealed bids, implementation of a combined interactive approach in the geoinformation environment, taking into account the results of spatial analysis such as tessellation, cost allocation and isochron mapping in the analysis of travel networks. The process of distributing the common property of the Agrarian Community was described in the sections of preparatory work, implementation work, decision support and system-administrative procedures. We emphasize the importance of the organizational role of a surveying company and a certified surveying engineer. The logical course of the individual steps of land division of the Agrarian Community is shown with UML diagrams. As a case study, we will consider the subdivision of the property of the Agrarian community Zgornja Sorica.