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A Study on Project Propulsion of Cadastral Resurvey in Surveying, Hydrographic Survey and Cadastre

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2010, 51(), pp.113-130
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Choi, In Ho 1 ShinPyeongWoo 2

1남서울대학교
2입법학연구소

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ABSTRACT

At present, Cadastral of Korea was influenced by result of a land investigation work in 1908. As a consequence, It has come with the point at issue in cadastral administration. And, since The Korean War, Cadastral Record reached uppermost limit of cadastral management for injury and defacement of Cadastral Record. In order to solve this problem, A nation must reorganize existing cadastral system, and modernize cadastral administration. This is namely a Renovation of Cadastre. and Renovation of Cadastre, undoubtedly, will be enforced. If nation enforce Renovation of Cadastre, the rights of an individual will be restricted. Because Renovation of Cadastre exist Temperament of public interests and Nature of National Office Work, It can not run counter to Article 23 of the Constitution. Most of the disputes in relation to land boundary involve the problems around the boundary obtained from a cadastral survey such as the coverage of land ownership or determination of land boundary. Accordingly, this study aims to consider some amicable resolutions for such disputes. First, this study reviews the resolutions for boundary disputes related to the cadastral survey under the current cadastral system. Second, it suggests the Cadastral Renovation Project as an alternative to overcome some limitations in the resolutions discussed above. Third, it reviews subject matters and problems of the “Special Act on Land Survey”. Therefore three-dimensional land use is widespread to overcome limits of a narrow territory, the existing cadastral system cannot be unwarrantable in its systematic position.

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