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The candidate carries out the first part of the test and two of the questions proposed in the second part.


A privately owned lot is located in a particularly suggestive context, far from light pollution and near an astronomical observatory. On the site there is an artifact for residential use on one floor above ground, in a poor state of conservation, with a gross area of ​​about 300 m. (The candidate is given the faculty to expand the area according to the distribution solution adopted and in relation to appropriate considerations).
The owner, an astrophysicist, intends to transform his site into a sort of "garden of the stars" by creating a tourist attraction for astronomy enthusiasts. Through a total building renovation (demolition and reconstruction), he wishes to create a tourist-accommodation facility (in particular a Bed Breakfast) that offers the possibility of bringing even non-experts closer to astronomy.
The idea-project is to encourage - for example through windows installed on the roof or placed in combination on the roof and vertically - the contemplation of the celestial vault. Large windows must also be provided in the common room to allow the structure to dialogue with the surrounding landscape.
In the design, the use of ecological materials is desirable.
The spaces to be provided are *:

  • Lobby / Reception
    (The entrance can also act as a reception and can be used as a filter area between the owner's room and the common environment of the guests).
  • Owner's room with bathroom
    (The person in charge of BB's business, has the obligation of residence and domicile in the structure and deveriservare a bedroom with bathroom inside the same).
  • Common room (minimum surface: 14 square meters) where a kitchen is provided for the administration of the breakfast
    (The BB must ensure a shared space in which to have breakfast but a proper "breakfast room" is not required, but a space in which guests can have access to drinks and food).
  • N ° 3 rooms for a total of 6 ÷ 8 beds
    (Minimum size requirements set by the standards for the rooms: single bedroom: 8 square meters; double bedroom: 14 square meters; multi-bed bedroom: + 6 square meters for each additional bed than the double bedroom; bedroom bed with 1 extra bunk bed: + 1 square m or + 3 m square compared to the rooms listed above. The minimum dimensions of the bedrooms are net of the bathroom).
  • N ° 1 bathroom for each room
    (Minimum area of ​​the bathroom for the exclusive use of a room: 3 square meters).

* Note: For minimum areas, reference was made to the regulations of the Lazio Region for non-hotel accommodation facilities: Regional Regulation no. 14 of 16 June 2017. The candidate is free to assume the regulatory limits imposed by his Region.

In his opinion, the candidate fixes any other data he deems necessary or useful for the drafting of the project.
The candidate is asked to illustrate his own design solution with a ground floor plan, at least a prospect and a significant section using the representation scales he deems most appropriate.
The drawings must in any case be such as to allow a clear reading of the structural layout.
The candidate has the faculty to integrate his own design solution with a schematic indication of the furnishing demonstration of the functional-distributive dimensioning.
The construction of the new building to be used as a Bed Breakfast will require a construction cost of € 1,800 / square meters of gross floor area. The following are excluded: the cost of demolition of the existing building, the arrangements outside the building, the urbanization costs, the professional fees and the interest on the anticipated expenses.
The owner plans to derive a gross income of € 7,000 per month from the BB management.

The candidate, appropriately assuming the missing data:
 determine the total cost of the transformation;
 judge the economic convenience of demolition and reconstruction of the existing building;
 evaluate the building in view of its possible transformation.


Two of the following questions must be developed, possibly making use of the knowledge and skills gained through extracurricular training experiences, if carried out:

1) New materials and new construction technologies can be a starting point for the new compositional methods. Illustrate this relationship through Italian or international, current or historical examples.

2) The "module" is not only a unit that is repeated several times, but the system for creating balanced forms in a building. The candidate expresses a reflection on the role of the module in design from a constructive and formal point of view, possibly using drawings and graphics in relation to the works and authors mentioned.

3) The candidate describes the methods for estimating the market value envisaged by the International Real Estate Valuation Standards.

4) The candidate indicates the procedures to be followed for reporting the buildings of the new structure to the Cadastre and also proposes a possible cadastral income considering the immovable in the group for ordinary use.

Maximum duration of the test: 8 hours.
The written-graphic work can be drafted freehand, with the help of lines and squares, or with the help of CAD (or
equivalent computer graphics programs), but still performed in scale.
The use of parametric software is also permitted as long as the use of any "package" libraries already prepared for
construction details.
The use of the surveyor's manual, technical manuals, handbooks and scientific and / or graphic calculators is allowed provided they are not
equipped with symbolic calculation capacity (O.M.n.205 Art. 17 paragraph 9).
The use of furniture "libraries" is permitted (which must be made available on computers by the Commission before the date
of the exam).
Use of the Internet and any digital data medium (usb sticks, cd, dvd or other) is prohibited.
It is not allowed to leave the institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.


The candidate carries out the first part of the test and two of the questions proposed in the second part.

A widowed person with two children leaves the following assets to death:
1. a stately home belonging to a 6-storey building above ground, in an urban center, located on the third floor with lift, with a commercial area of ​​240 m2. The accommodation requires extraordinary maintenance work such as the renovation of the kitchen and the main bathroom, the refurbishment of all the systems and the replacement of the windows. The accommodation can be divided into two units;
2. two garages in the basement of the same building of which the housing unit is part, of the surface respectively of 18 m2 and 30 m2;
3. a flat agricultural land with an area of ​​1.5 ha, of which 20%, following a change in the PRGC, has become building land. For the building portion the following urban planning parameters and building indices are provided:
- land building index: 0.5 m2 / m2 (or 1.5m3 / m2)
- maximum coverage index: 40%
- maximum building height: 3 floors above ground
- distance from the borders with other properties: 5 m
- setback of buildings from the road border: 10 m
The portion that remains agricultural is destined to irrigated arable land;
4. a bank deposit of € 180,000.
The two children are legitimate heirs. The deceased ordered in the will that the available share is left to one of the children.
Estimate the value of the hereditary axis and calculate the right shares of each of the two heirs. Having arranged for the immediate division of assets, plan the formation of de facto quotas.
The candidate, with reference to an area of ​​his knowledge, takes the necessary and appropriate data for the evaluation of the assets.

1. Calculate the estimated income of the two units resulting from the split of the accommodation, the following cadastral data of the undivided unit being known:
Sheet 51, particle 15, sub. 6, category A / 1, class 2, rooms 10, cadastral area 236 m, cadastral income € 3.640.
2. Draw up an estimate metric calculation relating to one of the extraordinary maintenance works to be performed within the housing unit.
3. Indicate the possible estimate values ​​of an asset and the procedures that can be adopted. What estimation values ​​and procedures were used in the first part of the task?
4. The candidate illustrates the problems related to the distribution of condominium expenses, then proposing an example with data of your choice; the candidate can also refer to any experiences carried out in a non-school environment (alternating school work, internships, traineeships, ...).

Maximum duration of the test: 6 hours.
The use of a non-programmable calculator, manuals and technical handbooks is allowed.
The use of Italian language vocabulary is allowed.
The use of the bilingual dictionary (Italian-language of the country of origin) is allowed for candidates of non-Italian native speakers.
It is not allowed to leave the Institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.

Exam 2014 - Ordinary session - Sorting course

The construction of a new kindergarten involves the expropriation of a plot of 3,600 m2. The final project was approved and the expropriating owners were notified. The expropriating body must prepare the expropriation parcel plan and determine the provisional compensation to be notified to the owners.
The area subject to intervention will concern three contiguous funds consisting of:
A. A building plot for residential use, with a land area of ​​1,000 m2 for which the following urban planning parameters are envisaged:
building index: 2 m3 / m2
coverage ratio: 0.30
maximum height of buildings: 2 floors
distances from borders: 5 m
B. An agricultural land with a surface of 2,400 m2, part of a 4.02.39 ha rustic plot with a cereal-forage production order.
C. A 200 m2 portion of a 1,200 m2 private garden. The garden is the property of a two-storey villa above ground for a total area of ​​300 m2, with an underground floor intended for a garage of 150 m2.
The candidate indicates which data is necessary for the compilation of the expropriation particle plan and illustrates the general criteria for estimating the various areas affected by the public works.
By appropriately taking all the missing data, you calculate the expropriation allowances that the expropriating body will have to notify the owners concerned.
Finally, indicate which faculties the individual owners have by law after receiving notification of the indemnities offered.
Maximum duration of the test: 7 hours.
The use of technical manuals and non-programmable calculators is allowed.
The use of the bilingual dictionary (Italian-language of the country of origin) for non-Italian native speakers is allowed.
It is not allowed to leave the Institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.

Exam 2010 - Ordinary session - Project Five

In a building for civil dwellings built on three floors above ground and a basement, in a residential area of ​​a center of 15,000 inhabitants, surrounded for the entire perimeter by a large enclosed covered area, the condominiums, with a regular assembly resolution, decided to assign exclusively to the two owners of the apartments on the mezzanine floor a space of 100 square meters each, located in the area behind the building.
The aim is to build up a capital to be used for the construction of an elevator that starts from the garage-garage floor.
The building, built in the early 70s, is made up of: 6 imm. urban for residential use of 120 - 6 units imm. urban boxgarage equipped with water services - 2 areas of 100 square meters each anti-tampering and an area of ​​200 square meters behind. All urban real estate units of the same size, the apartments are 2 per floor, the roof is solar, the orientation of the facade facing the main road is to the south east.
Evaluation of the 200 m2 plot behind it to be divided into two equal portions - Adjustment of the general table of thousandths of properties - Elaboration of the table for the expenses for the lift - Definition of the cadastral procedures for the transfer of the two areas to the condominiums concerned.

The candidate, on the basis of the elements provided and any data he deems appropriate to define, answers the following questions:
- evaluation of the 200 m2 back plot to be divided into two equal portions;
- adaptation of the general table of thousandths of ownership;
- elaboration of the table for the expenses for elevator;
- definition of cadastral procedures for the transfer of the two areas to the condominiums concerned.

Maximum duration of the test: 7 hours.
Technical manuals, non-programmable calculators and the Italian dictionary are allowed.
It is not allowed to leave the Institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.

Exam 2010 - Ordinary session - Traditional address

A builder is interested in buying a 5-room apartment, in a poor state of maintenance, located on the top floor of a 4-storey apartment block consisting of 8 apartments and 8 parking spaces. The apartment could be divided into 2 real estate units, more attractive from the market, which would be immediately sold. After analyzing the cost of splitting and restructuring, the candidate will:

1) analytically calculate the cost of splitting and restructuring;

2) determine the most probable value of the original apartment;

3) calculate the annual amortization rate of a vehicle that the builder intends to request to proceed with the purchase, for an amount equal to 80% of the value of the apartment, to be paid off in 10 years at a fixed rate;

4) describe the changes to be made to the thousandths of general ownership as a consequence of the splitting;

5) indicate the cadastral operations necessary for updating the documents as a result of the proposed intervention.
Maximum duration of the test: 7 hours.
Technical manuals, non-programmable calculators and the Italian dictionary are allowed.
It is not allowed to leave the Institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.

Exam 2005 - Ordinary session

A land, characterized as a building by urban planning tools, extended for 4,000 m2, is occupied with a specific decree to be destined for public housing. After long months, the expropriating body issues the expropriation decree relating to 3,500 m2, excluding three small peripheral portions of soil of approximately 167 m2 each.
The owner, considering the indemnity offered to him inadequate and detecting the failure of the Provincial Commission of expropriations provided for by law, appeals to the competent Court of Appeal.
The investigating judge entrusts the evaluation to a C.T.U. asking him to define the occupation and expropriation allowances, as well as the value of the residual fractions of soil.
The candidate will carry out the indicated evaluations providing justification of each element taken into consideration.
Maximum duration of the test: 6 hours.
Only the use of the Italian dictionary is allowed.
It is not allowed to leave the Institute before 3 hours have passed since the dictation of the topic.

Exam 2000 - Ordinary session

For the construction of a public work, a land property, extending for 4.70 hectares, is expropriated, provided with a 108 m2 building covered surface, used as the home of the tenant owner, located near an urban development center. The owner's consultant, officiated to express an evaluation hypothesis, convincingly demonstrates that 1.70 of the surface, downstream of the building, can be considered for building use, while the remaining portion must be considered agricultural, as irrigated arable land following the cadastral certification. Since the expropriating body substantially agrees on the indicated destination of the surfaces, the parties decide to proceed with the evaluation of the property with their technicians, applying the current rules on expropriation.
The candidate, defining in detail the situation exposed with a plausible description, proceeds to determine the most likely compensation due to the owner, motivating the data he takes to answer the question. (Solution)

Exam 1996 - Ordinary session

The owner of a building for residential use, built using the volume / surface indices fully envisaged by the master plan, wants to raise it in order to build a new apartment for a total of approximately 500 m3.
In order to achieve this intention, it must purchase a portion of a neighboring land in order to comply with the conditions of the building index envisaged in 0.5 m3 / m2.
The neighboring owner is not willing to sell the land on which he carries out a profitable agricultural activity, but, after a series of attempts, declares that he can only assign any rights.
After illustrating the legal aspects of the indicated situation, the candidate determines the value of the right in question according to objective criteria acceptable to both parties involved.

Exam 1996 - Experimental ordinary session - “Cinque” project

Geopedology, ecology, economics and estimation.
During the refurbishment of a vast hilly area, due to accidental causes, a fire arises which causes serious damage to a park above, extending over a surface of 7 hectares and consisting essentially of tall conifers.
The area in which this park was built is located on the outskirts of a town of 40,000 inhabitants and is also about 12 km from another town of 35,000 inhabitants located on the plain.
The candidate describes the probable characteristics of the indicated public good very briefly; then illustrate the criteria according to which it is possible to proceed with the assessment of damages, obviously providing elements for the identification of the same and finally exemplify an estimation procedure which, taking into account not only the costs to be faced but also the public function of the asset, leads to the determination of the corresponding monetary value.

Exam 1994 - Ordinary session

A technician is entrusted with the task of evaluating a hereditary axis and drawing up a plan for the division between three heirs. The assets to be divided consist of:
- two residential apartments, located on the 1st and 2nd floors of an apartment building with a total of ten real estate units built on five floors, each consisting of four rooms and accessories; they bear a ten-year mortgage of 70 million, at the rate of 8%, of which three annual installments have been paid, expiring on 31 December;
- a 50 m2 shop, located in the central area, to be partially renovated in all the internal components;
- a garage located in the same building, in a rear position, with independent access, capable of holding two cars.
The testator has ordered that the available quota be assigned to one of the co-heirs. After completing the description of the reported goods and assuming all the other conditions useful for both the preliminary assessment and the division, the candidate performs what is required of the technician, clearly indicating the criteria he adopts, providing precise elements on the research and on the processing methods. of the merchant reference values.

Exam 1993 - Ordinary session

The owners of a newly built building decide to create a condominium regulation with related thousandth tables. They entrust the task to a technician who, having carried out the necessary investigations, notes the following. The complex of assets consists of a four-storey building with lift, surrounded by a courtyard extended for about 500 square meters. On each floor of 198 m2, there are two apartments of identical surface, divided so that one is facing east, the other facing west. The apartments on the top floor each enjoy a portion of the attic of 80 m2. On the rear part of the courtyard there are six separate rooms, 25 m2, used as garages, belonging to the owners of the six apartments. Anteriorly the courtyard connects the building to a municipal road, located east of the building.
After having illustrated the estimation aspects that justify the processing of the requested tables, the candidate sets out the consequent criteria to be adopted and proceeds to define them.

Exam 1993 - Ordinary experimental session - Project Five

A company intends to purchase 75% of an area of ​​20,000 m2, destined for new settlement complexes (zone C) from a change in the regulatory plan of a municipality of 15,000 inhabitants.
The candidate, based on his hypothesis for the use of the aforementioned area; briefly describe a possible organization of the spaces, note the cubic meters achievable in residential buildings as well as the necessary primary and secondary urbanization works.
Then define the criteria with which to establish the value of the soils and exemplify, on behalf of the Company, an estimate report, being aware that the land building index is equal to 1.5 m3 / m2; also provides, with only indicative figures, urbanization costs or, alternatively, the relative charges to be paid to the Municipality.

Exam 1987 - Ordinary session

A hereditary axis consists of a residential apartment of 120 m2, a room used as a storage area of ​​600 m2 and a height of 5 m, an area of ​​bare land extended for 2000 m2, on which urban planning tools provide the possibility of creating a construction of 500 m3.
The only heirs are the two sons of the testator.
There is, on the first apartment, a right of usufruct in favor of the grandmother of the two heirs, eighty years old.
Proceed, after a reliable description of the location and state of the buildings, to estimate the patrimony and division of the same, with a description of the necessary cadastral variations and with justification of choices and data, as well as an assessment of the usufruct right.

Exam 1981 - Ordinary session

A fruit farm of 22.5 ha, located in an area known by the candidate, is chosen by the cadastral experts as a study company for the revision of the appraisal rates authorized by Ministerial Decree of 13 December 1979.
The candidate, after describing the company in question in every detail, proceeds analytically with the assessment of land and agricultural income, remembering that the aforementioned Ministerial Decree substantially reconfirmed the rules that presided over the previous general review (law 29 June 1939 no. 976), that the reference prices are those of the two-year period 1978-79 and that the rate, to be used in the determinations in which it is requested, was set at 8%.

Exam 1981 - Additional session

An old building, located in an urban area known to the candidate, insists on an area measuring 25 x 15 m.
It consists of warehouses on the ground floor, main floor, 4 apartments (2 on the second floor and 2 on the third) and was purchased by mr. A, B, C, D, E for the sum of L. 600.000.000.
Mr. A purchased the ownership of the warehouses which, according to the urban planning regulations in force, will be transformed into shops; Mr. B and C each half of the main floor; mr. D the two apartments on the second and third floors located to the right of those who climb the stairs; mr. And the other two seats on the left.
The aforementioned gentlemen have agreed to divide both the purchase and ancillary costs for the refurbishment and maintenance of the common parts in proportion to the market value of the share they have acquired and to entrust a technician, who receives everyone's trust, to carry out of the breakdown.
After having described the building in question, also in his relations with the adjacent urban fabric, the candidate carries out the required assessments analytically. Also determine the cost of the works necessary to transform the ground floor premises into shops. It also describes the operations necessary to carry out the cadastral transfer.

Exam 1980 - Ordinary session

Due to the air pollution caused by the discharges of a chemical industry, a vineyard of the same age, aged 12 years, extended 16 hectares and specialized in the production of table grapes, will have to be replaced. Subsequently, the soil can be used with cereal crops which have proved resistant to the aforementioned pollution.
An expert appraiser, in charge of assessing the damage, found the following:
- the fund has buildings whose reconstruction cost is L. 42,000,000;
- the cost of planting the vineyard, referred to the end of the second year, is L. 8,000,000 per hectare;
- the machines and equipment necessary to cultivate the vineyard have a new value of L. 21,000,000;
- in the arable land fund the machine park will have a new value of L. 22,500,000;
- ceasing the viticultural activity and starting the cereal one, it will be necessary to sell machines for a new value of L. 6.000.000 and buy others for L. 7.500.000.
The candidate, assuming with likelihood any other necessary data, analytically determines the amount of compensation due to the owner of the damaged fund. It also reports on the changes to be made to the cadastral registers following the change of destination of the fund. (Solution)

Exam 1980 - Additional session

A cooperative company buys 2400 m2 of land and plans the construction of a building as follows:
- on the ground floor: 4 shops with a gross surface area of ​​100 m2 each;
- on the first floor: 4 apartments, 2 with a gross area of ​​110 m2 and the other 2 with 90 m2;
- on the second floor: 4 apartments of the same size as those designed on the first floor;
- on the top floor: 2 apartments each with a gross area of ​​130 m2 and a terrace of 70 m2.
The construction of a basement is also planned in which a parking space and a cellar will be created for each real estate unit.
During construction, due to financial difficulties, it was decided to renounce the construction of the attic floor and to assign the right of raising to the owners of the second floor.
The candidate, with reference to an urban area of ​​his knowledge, hypothesize the other technical-economic data, evaluate the cost of the building and divide it among the various condominiums in parts proportional to the thousandths of ownership.
Also estimate the value of the supervisory right and determine the indemnity due to the other condominiums in the event of a superelevation.
Then report on the operations necessary to introduce the new real estate units into the land registry.

Exam 1976 - Ordinary session

A rustic plot, 20.5 ha in size, must be crossed by a road that will occupy an area of ​​4,000 m2.
For the purpose of determining the expropriation allowance, the following has been noted:
- the expropriation will take place on April 30 ...;
- the area to be expropriated is invested in wheat;
- the plot in question is classified as 1st class arable land whose RD rate is L. 700;
- some closing works will be required, which can be carried out in a year for an amount of L. 1,800,000; the works will entail an annual maintenance cost of L. 100,000 and will have to be renewed every 30 years.
The candidate, assuming the missing technical-economic data with the right criteria, determines the value of the expropriation allowance.
Also fill in the type of cadastral division and say the changes that will have to be made to the cadastral deeds following the expropriation.

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