Land Consolidation - licencing step by step
1. 5. 2014 | Source: Point of Single Contact (PSC) Czech Republic
The activity consists of drafting designs for land consolidations and issuing expert opinions and reports in the area of land consolidation.
Persons interested in carrying out the activity must obtain official authorisation from the Central Land Registry at the Ministry of Agriculture. The authorisation shall be issued following submission of a written application and passing an examination.
Procedure for obtaining authorisation:
- The application to be awarded authorisation to carry out the activity of land consolidation
- Taking the professional eligibility exam (written exam and oral interview)
- The application shall be filed with the Central Land Registry, a sub-section of the Ministry of Agriculture
- The application shall be filed using a prescribed form (in Czech)
- The dates of the professional eligibility exam can be learnt by contacting the Central Land Registry
- Conditions for obtaining the licence and application requirements.
The application shall include the following documents:
- a certified copy of the document attesting to professional education. Professional education in this respect denotes a university education completed on an accredited Bachelor’s or Master’s course in the fields of land surveying, agriculture, forestry and land management, and landscaping, or, where relevant, a university education in one of the fields above under a previous or different system of higher education, or secondary education in one of the above fields completed with a school-leaving exam,
- confirmation of professional experience, where holders of a Master’s degree require 3 years, and holders of a Bachelor’s degree require 6 years.
- extract from the Criminal Register. This can be obtained at any public administration contact point
- a list of land consolidations the applicant has designed or contributed to, including information on the extent of any contribution. The applicant shall further identify which of the designs they are intending to submit as part of the examination and to identify the land registry for which it was drafted.
Upon submission of the application, applicants are informed of the date of the professional eligibility exam. Dates are determined depending on the quantity of applications received. The applicant may also ask for an updated list of potential examination questions.
The authorisation shall be issued on the day the exam is passed.
The business may be conducted after fulfilling all the above stated requirements.
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