The need to set up condominium arose with the beginning of mass construction of multi-apartment buildings. In Slovenia, condominium has been governed by law since the middle of the 20th century. The integral system is quite complex and is today regulated within two basic registers i.e. land register and cadaster of buildings. The registration of condominium into public real estate registers in Slovenia has been systematically regulated since 1976, when the E-book i.e. the book of condominium was set up on the basis of The Law on the Rights of parts of buildings (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 19/76). Since 1976 until today, legal changes in this field have been followed and tracked. They have been changing the regulations of data registration into real estate registers on the procedure as well as data level. The aim of these legislation changes was to achieve sufficient legal security of condominium owners and to simplify real estate market service. However, these two aims might also exclude each other. Therefore, each legislation change has brought simplifications for real estate market services on one hand and new demands for higher legal security of condominium owners on the other.
In the introductory part of this diploma paper, the concept of condominium is explained. Additionally, the demands which are laid down by laws and executive acts regulating this field since 1976 onward are given. The results of condominium registrations into public registers in the past on the basis of the then valid legislation are the contents of these public registers still today. Therefore, to understand the data referring to buildings, it is important to know in which time period they were constructed and
how these changes are recognized by accessing public real estate registers today.
On the basis of the sample of more than a hundred examined buildings, which were registered in public real estate registers in different time periods, the trust rate has been determined for the key data. Additionally, the average trust rate for the data registered on the basis of certain legislation was calculated. The aim of this paper is to establish how the trust rate for certain data changes according to the different time periods of real estate registration and when certain condominium can be considered in compliance with regulations. On the basis of the sample and legislation, the lowest trust rate has been determined, which still provides sufficient legal security to condominium owners as well as simple real estate market service. The percentage shall set the limit which shows whether certain condominium ownership has been finalized.