Development of the Cadastre (Cadastral Survey)
The development of Cadastre (“cadastral survey”) at a region is defined as the procedure of recording the real property or other registrable rights (e.g. full or limited ownership, usufruct, prenotification or other real property encumbrance, etc.) which a person or a legal entity has on real properties of a specific region of the country and the connection of these rights to a specific property or properties, as the latter are defined and depicted, after being checked and technically processed, on cadastral diagrams.
On recording a real property right, a series of legal details (register and ID details of the beneficiary, way of acquisition of the right, details of the deed with which the right was acquired, etc.) are also recorded. Furthermore, land parcels are depicted on cadastral diagrams in absolute accuracy with specific node coordinates that refer to the Hellenic Geodetic Reference System (EGSA ’87), specific boundaries and property areas.
Consequently, the cadastral survey procedure aims at collecting, processing and recording property and other registrable rights per property but also at collecting and processing details that allow the most accurate possible depiction of land parcels on cadastral diagrams.
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