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South Africa, Western Cape Province (General Plan, 1998)

Description
A general plan is a document consisting of one or more sheets showing the relative position of two or more pieces of land. The general plan contains the same essential information in respect of each piece as is shown on a diagram. It is compulsory to prepare a general plan for any subdivision of land into ten or more pieces or when required in terms of any law, such as township establishment or the amendment of an existing general plan. General plans may comprise many sheets and depict a very large number of Erven.
Publisher
South Africa Surveyor General-Cape Town
Place(s)
South Africa, Western Cape Province, and Cape Town
Subject(s)
polygon, boundaries, cadastral, and General plan
Year
1998-01-01T01:01:01Z
Held by
MIT
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