Cadastral Law and Legal Definition
Cadastral refers to a public record of the extent, value, and ownership of land. It is used as basis of taxation, surveying, and mapping.
The following is an example of a case law on cadastral data:
The cadastral data is compiled from recorded deeds, subdivisions and survey plats, and other property record data, whereas other data came from aerial photographs. [United States v. Zukowski, 967 F. Supp. 269, 275 (D. Ohio 1997)].