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Name in Service Register 1459. Provision of multicolored map sheets in M 1:10 000 on paper
Legal act Law on Geodesy and Cartography - Art. 22 Law on Cadastre and Property Register - Art. 12, item 3 Tariff № 14 for fees, which are collected in the system of the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works and by the regional governors (adopted by CMD № 175 of 05.08.1998) - Art. 49 and, para. 1, item 16
Competence Dept Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Agency - Geocartfund/Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Offices
Mandatory documents Application. Special requirements to the content of the application - it is obligatory to indicate the nomenclature of the map sheet from ETC in scale 1: 10000 or coordinates of a point and / or points defining scope, which should fall in the map sheet / sheets. The desired way of providing the service must be indicated.
Delivery Method - On site in the administrative unit of the Geocard Fund; - Electronically via e-mail Виж имейла... or through the online application form; - Through the Cadastral-administrative information system KAIS; - Through a licensed postal operator of choice and at the expense of the applicant; - Through the Secure Electronic Service System (SESS).
Price A fixed fee of BGN 25 is paid for the service. For a card sheet. The service fee is prepaid.
Execution Period up to 14 days from the date of payment of the due fee.The period for the performance of the services shall commence on the day following the day on which the application is registered and shall expire at the end of the last working day of the period. Where the period expires on a non-working day, the period shall expire on the following working day.
Note The card sheet is provided on paper. The service is received in the way requested by the user: - On site at the administrative unit for servicing the Geocard Fund; - Through a licensed postal operator of choice and at the expense of the applicant.
Workflow The applicant receives a multi-colored map sheet from the large-scale topographic map (ETC) in scale 1: 10000, made in CS 1950 or in CS 1970.