The registers constitute an official list or records of files for certain topics of data. Usually the registers apply to a certain defined domain or topic of data. The basic registers, such as data from the cadastre, addresses, topographic databases and such are guaranteed by the state regarding their availability, access, continuity, updating, quality and price. The official register is available to the public.
The Agency for real estate cadastre is in charge of several types of registers which are parts of the GCIS. The data contained in these registers are descriptive and spatial. Among the public, the registers that contain spatial data are also called geospatial registers. Some of the registers that are within the competence of the Agency for real estate cadastre constitute basic registers, i.e. registers that are of key importance for the state and the broader public, such as for example the register of parcels, buildings, individual and common parts of buildings, infrastructure facilities and the rights to such real estate, or simply called cadastre of real estate, address register and ROU.
The Registers that are within the competence of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre are mutually connected and supplement each other.