public record of the extent, value, and ownership of land within a district for purposes of taxation
Origin of cadastreFrench ; from Italian catastro ; from dialect, dialectal (Venetian) catastico ; from Late Greek katastichon, register, list (lit., line by line): see cata- and amp; stich
A public register showing details of ownership of the real property in a district, including boundaries and tax assessments.
Origin of cadastreFrench, from Provençal cadastro, from Italian catastro, alteration of Old Italian catastico, from Late Greek katastikhon, register : Greek kata-, by; see cata– + Greek stikhos, line; see steigh- in Indo-European roots.
From the French cadastre.