Our thesis aimed to explore the possibilities of improving the positional quality of the cadastral index map (ZKP) based on the so called tie points. The discussed tie points included boundary points of land parcels, the positions of which are provided in one of the national coordinate reference systems (D48/GK or D96/TM). We assumed that in addition to using quality land cadastre points, the positional quality of the land cadastre representation can also be improved by additionally measured tie points. For the purposes of the thesis, we inspected the study area, i.e. the cadastral municipality of Črešnjice near Novo mesto, and identified potential additional tie points, which are not considered land cadastre points but are nevertheless materialized in nature. A geodetic survey was conducted in accordance with the existing regulations on land cadastre surveying. We determined the position of the discussed points in the national coordinate system D96/TM and applied them in the process of improving the positional precision of the ZKP. We evaluated the positional quality of the so called homogeneous boundary points in the data layer of the ZKP and performed a comparison across different approaches (different scenarios according to the number and location of additional tie points included in the improvement). The homogenization was carried out using the Systra software tool. The results have also been graphically presented in the ArcGIS software environment.