The real estate cadastre data should be of adequate quality, especially when it comes to information in records about parcel boundaries. Boundaries define the extent of the legal limits of parcel’s ownership. Their reliability and accuracy strongly affect the quality of other cadastre data, such as the surface area of parcels.
Both residents and local authorities often face the problem of determining the boundaries of parcels. Sometimes even small discrepancies lead to litigation. The problem of eliminating such discrepancies in the boundaries between the real parcel and the documentation is acute.
Geometa provides a tool that allows calculating, down to centimeters, the range, which parcel boundaries cross over each other.
Clear visualization of an assessment of parcel boundary data accuracy can be a valuable source of information for cadastre modernization or for verification of the data contained within it.