This paper considers the analysis of the reasons for suspensions, regulated by the current legislation, restraining the state cadastral registration. It is shown that there is a significant difference between the time spent for conducting state cadastral registration and the duration of suspension. Numerous reasons for the suspension can be reduced to the minimum by issuing two instructions. One of them should be aimed at clarifying bottlenecks in cadastral activities, including the procedure for harmonizing borders and preparing necessary documents, while the other will provide an unambiguous interpretation of the requirements of the registration authority. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the reasons for the state cadastral registration suspension and develop proposals to reduce their impact. The relevance of the topic lies in the fact that it contains proposals on reducing the timeframe for the formation of a taxable base in the conduct of the domestic cadastre.