Cadastral

Ca*das"tral

(?), a. [F.] Of or pertaining to landed property.
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Cadastral survey, or Cadastral map, a survey, map, or plan on a large scale (Usually of the linear measure of the ground, or twenty-five inches to the mile or about an inch to the acre) so as to represent the relative positions and dimensions of objects and estates exactly; -- distinguished from a topographical map, which exaggerates the dimensions of houses and the breadth of roads and streams, for the sake of distinctness. Brande & C.
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{

Ca*das"tre

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Ca*das"ter

} (?), n. [F. cadastre.] (Law.) An official statement of the quantity and value of real estate for the purpose of apportioning the taxes payable on such property; a public register showing the details of ownership and value of land.
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Ca*da"ver

(k*d"vr; k*d"vr), n. [L., fr cadere to fall.] A dead human body; a corpse.
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