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Land Administration for Sustainable Development
SUMMARY For more than three decades, Ian Williamson, Stig Enemark, and Jude Wallace have been fascinated by land issues. Five years ago Ian and Stig decided to document their lives’ work in theExpand
Building modern land administration systems in developed economies
Land Administration Systems (LAS) are institutional frameworks complicated by the tasks they must perform, by national cultural, political and judicial settings, and by technology. This paper assistsExpand
Building land markets
This is a post-print of an article published in Land Use Policy 2006 published by Elsevier. This version is reproduced under the journals author licence agreement.Expand
Towards integration of 3D legal and physical objects in cadastral data models
This paper aims to investigate why existing cadastral data models do not facilitate effective representation and analysis of3D data, integration of 3D legal objects with their physical counterparts, and semantics. Expand
Organising land information for sustainable land administration
The publisher's version is restricted access in accordance with the Elsevier policy. The original publication is available atExpand
Cadastral systems within Australia
This paper results from multiple requests to the authors for basic information on how cadastral systems operate in Australia particularly from a land surveying perspective. Australia is a federationExpand
A toolbox for mapping and managing new interests over land
Abstract The drive for sustainable development has led governments to create new interests over land. The role of cadastral and registration systems in the mapping and management of these newExpand
Spatially referenced legal property objects
Abstract Delivering sustainable development requires effective management of social, environmental and economic aspects of land. Historically, land administration systems have contributed to this byExpand
Cadastral futures : building a new vision for the nature and role of cadastres + powerpoint
Over the last thirty years spatial information technologies and sustainability theory drove the creation of new visions, models and roles for the cadastre. Concepts including multipurpose cadastres,Expand
Spatially enabling governments: A new vision for spatial information
SUMMARY The vision of a spatially enabled government involves establishing an enabling infrastructure to facilitate use of place or location to organise information about activities of people and businesses, and about government actions, decisions and polices. Expand