Cadastral surveying

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Cadastral surveying is the sub-field of cadastre and surveying that specialises in the establishment and re-establishment of real property boundaries.wikipedia
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Surveying

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Cadastral surveying is the sub-field of cadastre and surveying that specialises in the establishment and re-establishment of real property boundaries.

Cadastre

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Cadastral surveying is the sub-field of cadastre and surveying that specialises in the establishment and re-establishment of real property boundaries.
In a Danish textbook, one out of fifteen chapters regards the Form and content of documents concerning subdivision, etc. Early textbooks of international scope focused on recordings in terms of land registration and technical aspects of cadastral survey, yet note that 'cadastral surveying has been carried out within a tight framework of legislation' (p.

Real estate

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Cadastral surveying is the sub-field of cadastre and surveying that specialises in the establishment and re-establishment of real property boundaries.

Plat

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Copies of deeds usually can be located in the government recorder's office, and maps or plats can usually be found at the recorder or surveyor's office.

Metes and bounds

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When a metes and bounds description is involved, the seniority of the deeds must be determined.

Tectonics

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Over time, construction and maintenance of roads and many other human acts, along with acts of nature such as earthquakes, movement of water, and tectonic shift can obliterate or damage the monumented locations of land boundaries.

Rebar

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These monuments are most often 1/2" or 5/8" iron rebar rods or pipes placed at 18" minimum depth, but they vary from state by state. The more recent rods or pipes may have an affixed plastic cap over the top bearing the responsible surveyor's name and license number. Older monuments may exist such as old pipes, gun barrels, axles, mounds of stone, whiskey bottles, or even wooden stakes. In addition to rods and pipes, surveyors might use 4x4" concrete posts at the corners of large parcels or anywhere which requires greater stability (e.g. beach sand).

Down Survey

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The Down Survey was a cadastral survey of Ireland, carried out by English scientist, William Petty, in 1655 and 1656.

Bodley Survey

The Bodley Survey was a 1609 cadastral survey overseen by Josias Bodley which aimed to study the largely unmapped areas of Ulster in the Kingdom of Ireland.

Kootenay Land District

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The Kootenay Land District is a cadastral survey subdivision of the province of British Columbia, Canada, created with rest of those on Mainland British Columbia via the Lands Act of the Colony of British Columbia in 1860.

Cariboo Land District

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The Cariboo Land District is a cadastral survey subdivision of the province of British Columbia, Canada, created with rest of those on Mainland British Columbia via the Lands Act of the Colony of British Columbia in 1860.

Cassiar Land District

The Cassiar Land District is a cadastral survey subdivision of the province of British Columbia, Canada, created with rest of those on Mainland British Columbia via the Lands Act of the Colony of British Columbia in 1860.

Civil Survey

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The Civil Survey was a cadastral survey of landholdings in Ireland carried out in 1654–56.

Peyton Survey

The Peyton Survey was a 1584 cadastral survey overseen by Christopher Peyton which mapped out areas of the province of Munster in the Kingdom of Ireland.

Kragujevac

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The first written mention of the city was in an Ottoman cadastral survey (defter) in 1476 after the city's incorporation into the Sanjak of Smederevo.

Initial point

In surveying, an initial point is a datum (a specific point on the surface of the earth) that marks the beginning point for a cadastral survey.

Albanian-Turkish Wars (1432–1479)

The cadastral survey (defter) of 1431–1432 indicates that about 75% to 80% of the timars were granted to Ottoman Muslim spahis (feudal cavalry), while the remainder and especially remote areas, which were not under full Ottoman control, were granted to Albanian spahis, both Christian and Muslim.

Planimetría General de Madrid

The Planimetría General de Madrid (sometimes referred to as the Planimetría General de la Villa or the Visita General) or the General Survey of Madrid was a cadastral survey and registering of urban land carried out in the city of Madrid in the eighteenth century, between 1749 and 1759 The cadastre collected information related to property ownership, size and other indications, in an effort to facilitate the imposition of the regalía de aposento.

Strelna

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Strelna was first mentioned in Cadastral surveying of Vodskaya pyatina in 1500, as the village of Strelna on Retse Strelne on the Sea in the churchyard Kipen Koporsky County.

Koromačno

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In the 1800 the Austria-Hungary government started surveying Cadastral surveying mapping all the land in their possession.

Topographic map

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This is in contrast to older cadastral surveys, which primarily show property and governmental boundaries.

Washington meridian (Mississippi)

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The Washington Meridian is one of the 38 principal meridians governing cadastral surveys in the United States.

Josephinian Land Survey

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The Josephinian Land Survey (Josephinische Landesaufnahme) was the first comprehensive land survey and mapping of the Habsburg Empire.

Monthon

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Though its first fruits were not obtained until 1901, the department's cadastral surveys, i.e., surveys of specific land parcels, made possible the defining of ownership for land registration and equitable taxation.

Rise of the Ottoman Empire

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Beginning at the latest by the 1430s, but most likely earlier, the Ottomans conducted regular cadastral surveys of the territory under their rule, producing record-books known as tahrir defters.