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Real property--Maps


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    • Assessor parcel maps
    • Atlases, Cadastral
    • Books, Plat
    • Boundary maps, Property
    • Cadastral atlases
    • Cadastral maps
    • Land tenure--Maps
    • Ownership maps, Land
    • Parcel line maps
    • Parcel maps
    • Plat books
    • Property boundary maps
    • Property maps
    • Real property--Boundaries--Maps
    • Real property--Ownership--Maps
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    • found: Cartographic materials, 2003:glossary (Cadastral map: A map that delineates property boundaries. See also Plat. Plat: A diagram drawn to scale showing land boundaries and subdivisions, together with all data essential to the description and identification of the several units shown thereon, and including one or more certificates indicating due approval. A plat differs from a map in that it does not necessarily show additional cultural drainage, and relief features.)
    • found: Kain, R.J.P. The cadastral map in the service of the state, 1992:p. xviii (Cadastral maps are maps of properties. Their essential feature is that they identify property owners, usually by linking properties on a map to a written register in which the details of the property, such as the owner's name and its area, are recorded.) p. 265 (land plats (New World terminology for cadastral plans) p. 297 (plat books) p. 304 (individual land plats, the prime purpose of which was the registration of land titles, were used as sources to compile general cadastral maps; cadastral atlases)
    • found: Price, E.T. Dividing the land, 1995:p. 4 (cadastral maps: maps showing landownership)
    • found: National Library of Australia home page, Sept. 17, 2004:guides/maps/cadastral maps (Cadastral derives from the French cadastre and originally from the Greek Katastikhon and defines the extent, value and ownership of land for taxation purposes. The cadastral map has four main purposes: provides a cartographic record of official and sometimes private land surveys and subdivisions; facilitates the administration and transfer of Crown Lands; records land ownership; assists in the valuation and taxation of land)
    • found: Queensland cadastal [sic] maps, via Queensland Dept. of Natural Resources and Mines web site, Sept. 17, 2004(maps showing property boundaries; cadastral maps)
    • found: Tulsa County Assessor home page, Sept. 17, 2004:maps (Assessor Parcel Maps. "Property lines are derived from existing tax maps and other public records. The property data was produced at a scale of 1" = 100' and is intended to support the inventory of real property. Cadastral data should not be interpreted as actual field survey data.")
    • found: Clark County Assessor home page, Sept. 17, 2004:parcel information and maps (parcel maps)
    • found: Parcel maps/tax maps, via SidwellMaps.com, Sept. 17, 2004(Individual parcel line maps contain linework and text only. Included in the information shown on a standard parcel map are: parcel identification numbers, parcel and lot dimensions, streets and street names, as well as various other data typically used in property location and identification.)
    • found: Clallam County online maps web site, Sept. 17, 2004:assessor parcel maps (Assessor Parcel Maps; Parcel Maps)
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    • Example under [Maps; Atlases]
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  • Change Notes

    • 2004-09-17: new
    • 2017-06-08: revised
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