22/3/2018-5

Ground Bond Survey" after land acquisition

In the plant area of ​​Yee Shing Street in Kwai Chung, the Government’s original batch map had no dimensions, and the owner’s size was added as a sectional map. The sub-segments of the sub-districts are naturally based on the size of the sub-divisions, but they do not know that the real estate built in each sub-section is short. That is, taking the northernmost segment (also referred to as Section A) as an example, the House A on it is not sufficiently sized; likewise, on the northern section (also referred to as Section B), the upper house is also of insufficient size.

This paragraph A and B are both connected, then there is a common boundary between these two paragraphs. In the field, their upper covers are separate houses A and B, with a 6-foot wide alley in between. The flat condition of this house is similar to the Chinese character “Chang". The upper and lower “Japanese" characters represent buildings, and the middle vacancy represents the 6-foot lane. In the absence of any dispute, the owners of paragraphs A and B may not pay attention to the boundaries of the field. Only when the building in Section A was to be rebuilt, the fact that the size was insufficient began to surface.

Party A retrieves the dimensions shown in the section diagram and considers that the 6-foot alley should belong to him. Similarly, Section B also finds that the house with the upper section of Section B alone does not have the size of the sectional plan. It is necessary to take into account the alley to meet his ownership. Under dispute, the two sides met each other, but before resorting to the court, they finally accepted arbitration. With the help of the surveyors of both parties, from the early years of the file, it was discovered that the original owners of the A and B sections of the records showed that they planned to maintain a certain distance for each person’s house and freed up a 6-foot lane. A lot of land will be paid from Section A, and Section B will be paid a little to make up for it. If yes, what the two sides paid was a proportion of the negotiated land, making the rear lane 6 feet wide.

When everyone understands this history, A and B will accept the ratio of the rear lane. As a basis for arbitration, the surveyors of both parties will formulate a map that divides the alley, and put a mark in the alley as a basis. At this point, paragraphs A and B do not have to be returned to their respective section sizes, but they are each returned to the area of ​​the alley in accordance with the “proportion of land donation" set in the early years and remain fair.

Although the results of this arbitration solved the problem of fighting for alleys in Sections A and B at one point, the basic section maps did not match the actual size of the site, and the original batch of maps were still unresolved. Different maps of the territory are inundated in the files, but they have their own contradictions and have not systematically identified their authority. Even if the “restriction and delimitation map of alleyways” made by the arbitration is one of the private contracts, it still has no way to set a position to restrain others from accepting it. The record accumulated over the years therefore adds another page. This is where the contract system falls behind.

In fact, the lack of early approval of maps is not without mechanism remedy. This is the “Lease Survey" (Lease Survey). The situation is this: The government first has to “appropriate maps" to allow owners to build on the map. After completion, the government will re-test the situation on the ground and place the boundary stone. This is the “measure of land title." . If this “measurement of land title” proves that the construction is in line with the boundary between land grants, which is taken for granted, then the Government does not need any consideration. It will then add the boundary stone on a batch map to “Lease Plan” and note the registration. The General Administration of Administration is issued to the owner as the ultimate procedure for the land grant process.

If the construction of the field is slightly different from that of the batch map, it will be revealed at the time of the “departure measurement". Therefore, the government has the right to point out the error of actual construction, so as to consider the magnitude and impact of the nature of the error. If it is serious and unacceptable, the government may require the landlord to modify it to meet the original boundary according to the terms of the land grant. However, most of the common errors are minor infringements of government land. The Government will tolerate more, but the area it occupies must be charged at the percentage of the land clause. The subsequent “land map" will include these additional lands as a revised version of the original “batch map" and be registered.

Such a system is equivalent to responsible after-sales service. It can remedy the inadequacy of the size of the batch map, and it can also solve the construction on the ground or have unavoidable errors. The most pleasing thing is that if errors do occur, they can also be displayed and used as the ultimate registration plan to avoid future disputes. However, why is there no “land map" in this case? This is where research is worth.