The borders have become unrecognisable - we are restoring them.
The boundaries are not clear or even known - we survey old plans, reconstruct, calculate, discuss, negotiate and finally notarise so that there is legal certainty afterwards.
The boundaries are not shown correctly in the cadastral map - we measure the course of the boundary, obtain the declarations of consent to the natural boundaries from the owners and certify that no legal transaction has taken place between them and that this has always been the actual boundary.
THE 3 QUALITIES OF A CADASTRAL BOUNDARY LINE
Graphical boundary course in the land tax cadastre - "somewhere there is the boundary".
Measured boundary course in the land tax cadastre - "approximately here is your boundary point".
Boundary course in the boundary cadastre - "exactly there is the boundary point and the boundary!
Only in the boundary cadastre is there legal certainty, since all neighbours have signed the boundaries! Thus, only in the boundary cadastre are the area specifications binding and the "paper boundary" (according to the deed at the land register) takes precedence over the natural boundary (an acquisition of parts of the property is excluded).