Cadastre


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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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'This will go a long way in easing access to online applications from anywhere in the world, articulate effective and efficient data storage and bring all geopolitical zones closer to the cadastre system,' he added.
"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.
The cooperation between the Macedonian and the Dutch cadastre authorities began ten years ago.
Ce systeme, a-t-il dit, constituera la base fonciere qui constitue le premier fondement du developpement, d'autant que la programmation de tous les projets demarre avec le cadastre foncier.
Estate Cadastre, and expressed hope that this document will contribute to developing bilateral relations.
Ghazni governor Dr Muhammad Usman, speaking at the opening ceremony of the department, pledged to provide the required equipment for the cadastre office.
Paid services included, in particular, the provision of information from the State Land Cadastre in the form of extracts from the State Land Cadastre about the land plot - 17 483, certificates containing summarized information about lands (territories) - 140, copies from the cartographic basis of the State land cadastre, cadastre (plan) - 546, correction of a technical error in the information of the State Land Cadastre, made not through fault of the body carrying out its maintenance - 1378.
The memorandum provides for cooperation in the joint use of the electronic real estate cadastre, implementation of special purpose geodetic works, planning urban development, as well as implementation of joint projects and application of innovations.
The exchange of information also creates conditions for connection of the geodetic networks and elevation systems of Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia, which will have a positive effect on the activities in the field of geodesy, cartography, cadastre and geospatial data within the European community.
The goal of the visit is for the Serbian cadastre office to learn more about the systems and regulations of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre and see how the e-connection between the Agency and the institutions and companies using its services works in reality.
The project should be completed in three years and will be financed with funds of the European Union, following the experience of Netherlands Cadastre for introducing a tridimensional preview of the real-estate.