Srez

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In the Principality of Serbia, Kingdom of Serbia and Yugoslavia, the srez (Serbian Cyrillic: срез; pl.srezovi / срезови) was a second-level administrative unit, a district that included several town- or village municipalities. It was abolished in 1963–67 in SFR Yugoslavia. The unit is no longer used, although the katastarski srez is used in cadastral classification of property.

History

The srez was noted as a second-level administrative unit in the 1903 Constitution of Serbia[1] and the 1921 Constitution of Yugoslavia, below the okrug and above the opština.

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References

  1. ^ http://www.restitucija.rs/index.php/legarh/49-ustav-kraljevine-srbije-1903/download. Cite journal requires |journal= (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)

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