What is the state land cadastre?


State Land Cadastre
The state land cadastre isa grouped collection of information about all land plots in the territory of the Russian Federation. So, the essence of the cadastre is to obtain, assess and preserve information regarding any land. Each separate site receives an estimate of its cadastral number or identifier. Due to this, it is possible to adequately assess the quantity and quality of land, as well as the possibilities of using them. All information is stored in documentary form or on electronic media. The State Land Cadastre solves several important tasks:

  • economic evaluation of a land plot, fixing its market value;
  • the solution of problems on the preservation of lands on the territory of the Russian Federation;
  • solving problems in the field of improving the quality of the soil;
  • justification of the established tariffs for land;
  • execution of all transactions with real estate, including legal registration of rights to land plots;
  • management of all levels of land resources of the country.

Land cadastre is
The land cadastre of the Russian Federation is necessary both to the state,and private individuals or entrepreneurs. Landowners often use information included in the state land cadastre for an adequate assessment of land plots. Since his assessment is objective and independent. And if there are disputes resolved by judicial process, it is these data that serve as reliable information that does not require additional verification.

All land in the territory of the Russian Federation is in someone's jurisdiction or property. There are several categories of land:

  • federal property of the Russian Federation;
  • municipal property;
  • private property;
  • property of RF subjects.

Land cadastre of the Russian Federation
In order to transfer the land fromone property in another, it is necessary to apply to the RF state authorities depending on the category of the land plot. In the document it is necessary to specify the cadastral number of the plot, the reason for the transfer, the category in which the necessary land is currently fixed. After this, you are required to make a decision on transfer or to refuse on legal grounds. The legal grounds for refusal are:

  • already imposed a ban on the transfer of land or a restriction;
  • a sound conclusion of the environmental impact assessment (negative);
  • identification of discrepancies in the data recorded in the documents of territorial planning, on the purpose of the land plot.

Since the documentary justification of actions inthe area of ​​land transfer has a lot of gaps and shortcomings, then this issue remains very complicated. Often, judicial intervention is required to resolve disputes that arise. But Russian legislation is constantly working to improve regulations and create new programs in this area. So all issues that include the state land cadastre are in the stage of constant development. And since its creation, great work has already been done.

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