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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 1972
    Uganda

    The Department of Lands and Surveys is responsible for Land Administration, Surveys and Mapping, Valuations and Titles. The last report adequately covered the history of our land tenure and' it

    is not therefore intended to go over it again.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 1972
    Africa

    This paper is a continuation of a study started in 1963 on major cadastral surveys in the Sudan. Plat agricultural land in developing countries is the main source of economy. It is required that this land be both mapped and demarcated-divided into agricultural plots. However, most of these countries are in a very bad need of reliable maps; some of them have no maps whatsoever. To perform the conventional surveys and maps in order to demarcate the land would be unrealistic in such case.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1972
    Tunisia

    Les origines du cadastre en Tunisie rementent à l'occupation romaine. Au début, la découverte de vestiges de cadastration romaine a pu se faire grâce a l'examen de plans et cartes topographiques levés par des procédés terrestres; cet examen a permis de tirer les caractéristiques de ‘orientation des lignes et des dimensions du carroyage.

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    October, 1972
    Africa

    Les terres agricoles plates sont dans les pays en voie de développement la principale ressource de l’économie. Il importe que ces terres soient à la fois cartographies et divisées en parcelles convenablement délimitées.

    Cependant la plupart des pays intéressés ont grand besoin de cartes exactes; certains en manquent même totalement. Dans ce cas, il serait déraisonnable de réaliser des levés et des cartes classiques pour délimiter les terres.

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