عنوان مقاله [English]
In the old registered administrative system, the location of real estate was determined by addresses where it was very difficult to determine the exact boundaries of the property, and in property-related administrative matters, the rights of many citizens were lost and some were unjustly occupied. The comprehensive demarcation plan has been quite successful in most countries, and in our country this responsibility was entrusted to the State Registry and Documents Organization, which is the administrative part of the judiciary, which did not achieve full success in real estate demarcation after several years. This descriptive-analytical study seeks to investigate the nature and legal effects of surveying in the country's registered administrative system, and to identify the reasons for the failure of this project. Despite the legal explicitness of the need to determine the boundaries of all the country's property, unfortunately, this practice has not yet been realized and the fight against land grabbing, which is one of the most important effects of land surveying, has not been completely successful. In the administrative system of the country, the focus of the Registry of Deeds and Real Estate is on the registration and legal cadastre; While in developed countries, all aspects of land management and registration are considered and they benefit from the benefits of multi-purpose cadastre implementation in all organizations and organs. On the other hand, border affairs in Iran are entrusted to the Registry and Documents Organization, which is an administrative body under the jurisdiction of the judiciary, which due to its almost governmental management, is not very efficient in administrative affairs and needs to be empowered by the private sector based on successful experience of other countries. He got help in this regard.