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The Land Administration Bureau Organizes Seminars on Re-measurement of Property Maps in Eight Taichung Districts to Safeguard the Public Rights

The Promotion Seminar on Operations in Property Map Remeasurement Areas
The Promotion Seminar on Operations in Property Map Remeasurement Areas
The 2021 Re-measurement of Property Maps was about to be conducted in eight districts including Daan, Taiping, Tanzi, Houli, Shengang, Wufeng, Wuqi, and Datu with the area of 1,502 hectares on 14,590 pieces of land. The Taichung City Land Administration Bureau planned to organize nine "Seminars on Remeasurement of Property Map in Designated Districts." The first seminar was held today (28th) at Daming Temple Cultural Center in Shengang District with the participation of about 100 land owners who come to understand their own re-measurement rights.
The Bureau pointed out that in 2021 about 96 hectares on 740 pieces of land of the "Xia Zhou Xi Hou Bi Cuao Small Section" will be remeasured. To let land owners in that area understand the cause, operating procedure, items for coordination and compliance with laws about re-measurement, a seminar was held today at Daming Temple Cultural Center in Shengang District with the participation about 100 land owners
Some people were concerned about border adjustment issue of land in different zones and according to the Bureau, adjustment would only be made for land in the same zone with the approval of land owners of the land. There were also questions raised about the absence of land owners during the survey time of the property map. The Bureau answered that a land owner can call to the re-measurement personnel to make a new appointment but he/she shall make the best effort to show up at the appointment time.
The Bureau said that in Taichung some districts still used property maps prepared during the Japanese colonial period. Due to a long history and frequent use, property maps were deformed and broken. Natural land artificial boundary changes also led to inconsistency of maps, books and lands that affect the public rights. Along with rapid social development, national land development, and emerging infrastructure, traditional property maps could not meet the measurement demands for quickness and accuracy provided by modern technology.
Therefore, the Land Administration Bureau conducted re-measurement operations that incorporate with GPS and comprehensive electronic range transit to work with land owners to determine boundaries. All measurement results were expected to show with digits to establish high precision quality and to determine boundaries of land owner rights for safeguarding the public's property rights.
Attendees of today's seminar included City Councilman Lo Yung-Cheng, Community Leader of Zhouxi District of Shengang District, Wang Ming-Zhou, Legislator Yang Chun-Ying, and representatives of Councilmen Chou Yung-Hung, Hsu Hsuan-Feng, and Hsiao Lung-Che.
Contact person: Mr. Tsai at the Taichung City Land Administration Bureau
Contact telephone: 04-22289111 extn. 63542
  • Data update: 2021-03-22
  • Publish Date: 2021-03-10
  • Source: Land Administration Bureau
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