This section provides you with an overview of Slovenia's land register.
What does the Slovenian Land Register offer?
The Slovenian Land Register contains the legal facts relating to properties, such as owners, mortgages, and easements.
A Land Cadastre is also available, which focuses on the factual circumstances of properties.
The Land Register is owned and managed by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia.
Is access to the Slovenian Land Register free of charge?
Public electronic access to the Land Register is available on the e-Sodstvo portalhttps://evlozisce.sodisce.si/esodstvo/index.html . Access to data is free of charge but it is necessary to register beforehand.
Public access to the Land Register is also available at all local courts in Slovenia, notaries and administrative units, where individuals may obtain a certified copy of an extract from the Land Register. A charge is made for certified extracts from the Land Register.
Searching the Slovenian Land Register
You can access data by entering the following search criteria:
- cadastral municipality and parcel number
- cadastral municipality, building number and individual part number
- identification number of the property (property ID)
- identification number of the right (right ID).
History of the Slovenian Land Register
The new electronic portal has been available since 2011. Before that, information was accessible in the old ‘land book’.
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Last update: 27/03/2018