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CADASTRE. A term derived from the French, which has been adopted in Louisiana, and which signifies the official statement of the quantity and value of real property in any district, made for the purpose of justly apportioning the taxes payable on such property. 3 Am. St. Pap. 679; 12 Pet. 428, n.

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In the same Article, the word "has been excluded from the boundaries of the forest for any reason", which is in the first paragraph of Article 7 and caused public misconceptions, has been removed from the decision text, and Article 11 paragraph 1 has been amended to apply to the cadastral courts of the forest cadastre cases, in places where it is not available, such courts with the duty to look after the case (Kizilay, 1991).
The new government is focused on making serious and detailed reforms in the cadastre by including as many subjects as possible in this field", stated Goran Sugareski, Minister of Transport and Communications.
Among the organizations that use the Marine Cadastre are:
Estate Cadastre, and expressed hope that this document will contribute to developing bilateral relations.
Cadastres, misconceptions & northern Gaul; a case study from the Belgian Hesbaye region.
The cadastre staff had no office of their own so far and it had to share buildings of other government departments.
of Technology, the Netherlands) explain how cadastre, any system for recording the right to land, has changed as the notion and the value of property has changed from two-dimensional plots on the surface of the planet to three dimensions with the growth of underground and multi-story development.
Bearing in mind the achievements in the field of national spatial data infrastructure and mapping, it's more than certain that at this moment the support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands is welcome so that we can successfully continue what we have started in this area with concerted efforts," said the Director of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre, Slavce Trpeski.
En marge de sa participation aux travaux du seminaire "les systemes des informations geographiques (geo Tunisie)" dont les travaux ont pris fin, samedi, a Hammamet, Adouni a souligne que tous les travaux realises dans le cadre du programme du cadastre ont permis de delimiter 7,3 millions d'hectares (ha) de la superficie de la Republique tunisienne estimee a 16,4 millions d'ha, y compris le desert, les forets et les montagnes.