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According to Appendix 13 issued together with Circular 25/2014/TT-BTNMT regulating cadastral maps, the extract of the cadastral map contains information about the land plots, including:
- The ordinal number of the land plot, the map sheet, the address of the land plot (commune, district, province);
- Area of land plot;
- Purpose of using land;
- Name of land user and permanent address;
- Changes of the land plot compared with legal documents on land use rights;
- Land plot drawing, including: plot of land plot, length of plot side.
Thus, it can be understood that the extract of the cadastral map is a copy of the original copy of one or more land parcels on the cadastral map in order to authenticate the land parcel information.
According to Clause 5, Article 3 of Circular 25/2014/TT-BTNMT, cadastral measurement drawing of land plots is a separate cadastral measurement for a land parcel where there is no cadastral map to serve land management requirements.
- Extracting the cadastral map of the land plot is a form of providing and authenticating information about the land.
- Cadastral measurement drawing of land plots is a separate cadastral measurement for a land plot in a place where there is no cadastral map, the result of a cadastral measurement is a cadastral measurement extract.
- Extracting cadastral maps of land parcels is not a certificate of land use right, but cadastral extracts and extracts serve land management requirements such as permitting land use purpose change, land recovery, settle land disputes.
- Extracting cadastral measurements is one of the components of the documents submitted to the People's Committees of districts and provinces for issuance of a decision on land recovery, documents on land allocation or land lease without auction of land use rights...
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