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Tvister och oklarheter om fastighetsgränser i Sverige med en utblick mot Norge och Danmark.
University of Gävle, Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development, Department of Industrial Development, IT and Land Management.
University of Gävle, Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development, Department of Industrial Development, IT and Land Management.
2012 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Syftet med rapporten är att undersöka hur många fastighetsbestämningar som behandlas på grund av tvister om fastighetsgränser i Sverige. Med utgångspunkt i Sverige har en granskning av fastighetsbestämningsprocessen sammanställts, sedan har en utblick över Norge och Danmark genomförts.Sverige har ett rykte om att de har få tvister om fastighetsgränser i landet. I Norge förekommer det fler tvister om fastighetsgränser än det gör i både Sverige och Danmark. När fastighetsägare är oense om fastighetsgränsen kan det kallas för tvist. Tvister uppkommer på grund av oklarheter, dessa oklarheter kan bero på otydliga kartor eller att tydliga gränsmarkeringar saknas.Metoderna som användes i denna uppsats är: (1) en litteraturstudie där relevant litteratur granskades; (2) en fallstudie där dokumenterade fastighetsbestämningar i Sverige undersöktes; (3) en enkätstudie där en person från Norge och en person från Danmark svarade på frågor om bestämning av fastighetsgränser.Utifrån litteraturstudien sammanställdes resultat om hur fastighetsbestämningsprocessen går till i Sverige, samt de motsvarande processerna i Norge och Danmark, oppmålingsforretning och skelforretning/skelafsætning. Resultatet av fallstudien var bland annat att 11 procent av fastighetsbestämningarna i Sverige behandlade tvister om fastighetsgränser. Enkätstudien kompletterade litteraturstudien över processerna för oppmålingsforretning och skelforretning/skelafsætning.Utifrån resultatet av fallstudien som påvisade 11 procent dras slutsatsen att Sverige har få tvister om fastighetsgränser. Det finns både likheter och skillnader mellan processerna vid handläggning av en fastighetsbestämning, en oppmålingsforretning eller en skelforretning/skelafsætning. I Sverige och Danmark ansöks en gränsbestämning hos Lantmäteriet som sedan handlägger ärendet från början till slut. I Norge är det vanligast att fastighetsägarna avtalar om gränsens utsträckning, det är på fastighetsägarnas initiativ som en lantmätare via kommunen handlägger ärendet.

Abstract [en]

The purpose of this report is to investigate how many property determinations that are treated because of disputes over property boundaries in Sweden. First a review of the property determination process in Sweden has been completed and then an overview over Norway and Denmark carried out. Sweden has a reputation that there are few disputes over property boundaries. In Norway, there are more disputes over property boundaries than in both Sweden and Denmark. When property owners disagree on the property boundary, it is called a dispute. Disputes are arising out of confusion, these uncertainties may be caused by unclear maps or that the boundary markers are missing. The methods used in this paper are: (1) a literature review, where relevant literature has been reviewed; (2) a case study, where documented property determinations in Sweden were investigated; (3) a survey study, where one person from Norway and one person from Denmark responded to some questions about the determination of property boundaries. Based on the results from the literature reviews with regards to property determination process works in Sweden was summarized, and the corresponding processes in Norway and Denmark were also summarized. The result from the case study showed that there were 11 percent of property determinations in Sweden that were treated because of disputes over property boundaries. The interview study supplemented the literature review of the processes of property determinations in Norway and Denmark.Based on the outcome of the case study, 11 percent, the conclusion is that Sweden has few disputes over property boundaries. There are both similarities and differences between the processes in dealing with a property determination in the countries. To do a boundary determination in Sweden and Denmark, you sent in an application to a land survey who is dealing with the case from the beginning until the end. In Norway it is common for property owners to make an agreement on the boundaries, it is on the property owners' initiative that a land surveyor by the municipality prosecuting the case.

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2012. , 67+bilagor p.
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Law and Society
URN: urn:nbn:se:hig:diva-13819OAI: diva2:604588
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Social and Behavioural Science, Law
Available from: 2013-02-13 Created: 2013-02-11 Last updated: 2013-02-13Bibliographically approved

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