After the socioeconomic system had been changed in 1991 the right of ownership and land registry seemed to gain a much greater importance. In that time the concept of floor ownership has also started to develop, but after 25 years a significant number of multi-unit buildings without the established floor ownership still exist in Slovenia. In this thesis both theoretical background and practical solutions for establishing a floor ownership are presented, furthermore, possible causes for an inaccurate establishment of floor ownership are offered.
The first part of Graduation Thesis consists of an overview of property law codes and regulations, which comprise detailed instructions for creating project documentations and legal transactions. Explanations and definitions of basic terminology concerning floor ownershipwith are being offered. Real estate cadastres and registries are also presented in the first part of the thesis. Based on three
practical examples the second part consists of a walkthrough of establishing a floor ownership, divided in four major steps in the process of establishing a floor ownership – editing land cadastre data, entering new data in buildings cadastre, designing a legal transaction and land registry entries.