Cadastre

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A cadastre (also spelled cadaster) is a comprehensive land recording of the real estate or real property's metes-and-bounds of a country.wikipedia
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Land registration

Land Registryland titlesland register
Land registration and cadastre are both types of land recording and complement each other. 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.
Cadastre and land registration are both types of land recording and complement each other.

International Federation of Surveyors

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The International Federation of Surveyors defines cadastre as follows:

Land lot

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The terminology for cadastral divisions may include counties, parishes, ridings, hundreds, sections, lots, blocks and city blocks.
In real estate, a lot or plot is a tract or parcel of land owned or meant to be owned by some owner(s).

Plat

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Cadastral surveys document the boundaries of land ownership, by the production of documents, diagrams, sketches, plans (plats in USA), charts, and maps.
In the United States, a plat ( or ) (plan) is a cadastral map, drawn to scale, showing the divisions of a piece of land.

Boundary (real estate)

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Cadastral surveys document the boundaries of land ownership, by the production of documents, diagrams, sketches, plans (plats in USA), charts, and maps.
A cadastral map displays how boundaries subdivide land into units of ownership.

Ownership

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A cadastre commonly includes details of the ownership, the tenure, the precise location (therefore GNSS coordinates are not used due to errors such as multipath), the dimensions (and area), the cultivations if rural, and the value of individual parcels of land.

Chain (unit)

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Properties are generally rectangular, boundary lines often run on cardinal bearings, and parcel dimensions are often in fractions or multiples of chains.
The thirteen states of America were expanding westward and the public land had to be surveyed for a cadastral.

Public Land Survey System

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The Public Lands Survey System is a cadastral survey of the United States originating in legislation from 1785, after international recognition of the United States.

Cadastral surveying

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

Land information system

Land Information SystemsLIS
Cadastral survey information is often a base element in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or Land Information Systems (LIS) used to assess and manage land and built infrastructure.
A land Information System (LIS) is a geographic information system for cadastral and land-use mapping, typically used by local governments.

Spatial data infrastructure

SDIinfrastructure for spatial informationSpatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)
It mainly refers to the use of technology for management of cadastre and land information in Geographic Information Systems, Spatial data infrastructures and Software architecture, rather that to general management issues of cadastral and other land information agencies.

Surveying

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Jurisdiction statutes and further provisions specify the content and form of the documentation, as well as the person(s) authorized to prepare and sign the documentation, including concerned parties (owner, etc.), licensed surveyors and legal advisors.
Napoleon Bonaparte founded continental Europe's first cadastre in 1808.

Map

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A cadastral map is a map that shows the boundaries and ownership of land parcels.

Real estate

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A cadastre (also spelled cadaster) is a comprehensive land recording of the real estate or real property's metes-and-bounds of a country.

Real property

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A cadastre (also spelled cadaster) is a comprehensive land recording of the real estate or real property's metes-and-bounds of a country.

Metes and bounds

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A cadastre (also spelled cadaster) is a comprehensive land recording of the real estate or real property's metes-and-bounds of a country.

United States

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In the United States, Cadastral Survey within the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) maintains records of all public land s. Such surveys often require detailed investigation of the history of land use, legal accounts, and other documents.

Bureau of Land Management

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In the United States, Cadastral Survey within the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) maintains records of all public land s. Such surveys often require detailed investigation of the history of land use, legal accounts, and other documents.

Public land

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In the United States, Cadastral Survey within the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) maintains records of all public land s. Such surveys often require detailed investigation of the history of land use, legal accounts, and other documents.

Lawsuit

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The cadastre is a fundamental source of data in disputes and lawsuits between landowners.

Land tenure

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A cadastre commonly includes details of the ownership, the tenure, the precise location (therefore GNSS coordinates are not used due to errors such as multipath), the dimensions (and area), the cultivations if rural, and the value of individual parcels of land.

Satellite navigation

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A cadastre commonly includes details of the ownership, the tenure, the precise location (therefore GNSS coordinates are not used due to errors such as multipath), the dimensions (and area), the cultivations if rural, and the value of individual parcels of land.

Value (economics)

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A cadastre commonly includes details of the ownership, the tenure, the precise location (therefore GNSS coordinates are not used due to errors such as multipath), the dimensions (and area), the cultivations if rural, and the value of individual parcels of land.

English language

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The word cadastre came into English through French from Late Latin capitastrum, a register of the poll tax, and the Greek, a list or register, from —literally, "down the line", in the sense of "line by line" along the directions and distances between the corners mentioned and marked by monuments in the metes and bounds.

French language

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The word cadastre came into English through French from Late Latin capitastrum, a register of the poll tax, and the Greek, a list or register, from —literally, "down the line", in the sense of "line by line" along the directions and distances between the corners mentioned and marked by monuments in the metes and bounds.