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A '''''cadastral''''' survey is a land survey that has the purpose of establishing property or legal boundaries. Usually a cadastral survey is not concerned with establishing geodetic positions such as latitude, longitude, or elevation. Few cadastral survey marks are included in the ["NGS"] ["NSRS"] database of geodetic control points. A '''''cadastral''''' survey is a land survey that has the purpose of establishing property or legal boundaries. Usually a cadastral survey is not concerned with establishing geodetic positions such as latitude, longitude, or elevation. Few cadastral survey marks are included in the [[NGS]] [[NSRS]] database of geodetic control points.
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Some examples of cadastral survey markers are [:PLSS corner:PLSS corners], Forestry Service marks, ["BLM"] marks, and property corners. Some examples of cadastral survey markers are [[PLSS corner|PLSS corners]], Forestry Service marks, [[BLM]] marks, and property corners.

A cadastral survey is a land survey that has the purpose of establishing property or legal boundaries. Usually a cadastral survey is not concerned with establishing geodetic positions such as latitude, longitude, or elevation. Few cadastral survey marks are included in the NGS NSRS database of geodetic control points.

Some examples of cadastral survey markers are PLSS corners, Forestry Service marks, BLM marks, and property corners.

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