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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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During the transfer of real estate, the Finance Ministry calculates the cadaster registration fees that the buyer has to pay based on the value of the acquired property.
The estimation of the land is done by an expert of the cadaster on his own individual expertise basis, so it's a subjective estimation," Dr.
The number of registered transactions in Cadaster increased for 58 percent, unlike the anticipated 20 percent in 2009, and the number of registered mortgages increased for 139 percent.
Owners of already constructed infrastructure are obliged to enlist 40 percent of their infrastructure in the Cadaster Agency by April next year, and by April 2018 to fully enlist all infrastructure and receive property lists, announced Chief of Cadaster Slavce Trpeski.