Geoinformation Technologies in Land Management and Beyond: Case of Georgia | Land Portal

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October 2006
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18
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Introduction of geoinformation technologies for building up a modern land management system in Georgia goes back to mid-1990s. This has been stimulated by start of land reform resulting in privatization of over 3 million agricultural land plots in whole in the entire country. These new properties were to be properly surveyed, registered and recorded in a newly established cadastral system with the aim of launching free market transactions.

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Joseph Salukvadze

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