EN: Filtriranje se bo izvedlo ob spremembi izbire filtra in ne zahteva dodatne potrditve. EN: Skoči na filtre seznama

Agricultural activities: Protected farms

In order to prevent the fragmentation of protected farms and to enhance their economic and ecological functions, the traffic in protected farms is regulated by a special law.

Protected farm is an agricultural or agro-forestry economic unit owned by one natural person, or owned, co-owned or jointly owned by a married couple or persons who live in a registered same-sex partnership, or co-owned by one of the parents and a child or adopted child, or their descendant and comprising at least 5 ha and not more than 100 ha of comparable agricultural land.

For 1 ha of comparable agricultural land is considered:
- 1 ha of land, which, according to the actual use, is registered in the Land Cadastre as agricultural land and has a land rating according to the rules governing the registration of real estate (hereinafter: rating) from 50 to 100;
- 2 ha of land, which, according to the actual use, is registered in the Land Cadastre as farmland with rating from 1 to 49; or
- 8 ha of land, which, according to the actual use, is registered in the Land Cadastre as forest land.


If a farm qualifies for the protected farm and consists mainly of forests, it is considered a protected for farm only if it has at least 2 ha of comparable agricultural land, which, according to the actual use, is registered in the Land Cadastre as agricultural land.


Protected farm is determined by the administrative unit on whose territory the essential part of land constituting the farm is located, upon owner's proposal, the court or ex officio.


Upon the owner's proposal or ex officio, the administrative unit may verify in an administrative procedure if the farm still fulfils the conditions and issues an appropriate decision. If the farm no longer complies with the conditions, it is deleted from the register of protected farms.

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