LAW 11 December 1951, n. 24. Publication of the new cadastre. (1) We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino We promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in its session models November 24, 1951: Art. 1. The maps, the delimitation of the results and the measures and the application the quality or categories and classes to individual particles and real estate units will be published by the Tax Office and the Land Registry, making ostensible to holders for a period of one hundred and twenty days, with the assistance of charge appointed by the Government. Against the results of the cadastral operations posse sors may submit, during the publication period, claims on the header, figure and extension and application of the quality or categories and classes for each parcel or building unit. Complaints will be instructed by the Office of Tax and Land Registry and transmitted by the decision to a census Technical Commission, composed of three members appointed by the Great and General Council, and assisted by a cadastral surveyor. The Commission's decision will be communicated by the Office of Tax and Land Registry to complainants; these will be entitled to appeal within ten days of notification of the decision on the valuation council. The right to appeal also lies to the Tax Office and the Land Registry. The estimation of the Board's decisions are final. Art. 2. The holders or their delegates can not extract types or copies of maps and excerpts of the ledger cards, but will request them to the server, upon payment of a fee of twenty pounds for each parcel for which you require the type or extract, and after reimbursement of the expenditure for the paper. Art. 3. The claims of the holders on the extension will not be taken into account if you do not end when the alleged differences exceed: 10% for areas up to 100 sq m .; the previous tolerance of up to 100 square meters. and 5% on the remainder up to 1,000 sq.m .; the previous tolerance of up to 1000 square meters. and 2% on the remainder up to 10,000 sq m .; the previous tolerance of up to 10,000 square meters. and 1% on the remaining more than 10,000 square meters. Along with these claims holders they will have to pour the sum of a thousand pounds per hectare or fraction of a hectare, which will be refunded only if the complaint proves to exist. Art. 4. The complainants owners will be invited to the site inspections at least three days before. Given at Our Residence, this day of 11 December 1951 (651 dFR). THE CAPTAINS REGENT Forcellini Domenico - Giovanni Terenzi THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS G. Forcellini (1) Already published separately at the date of promulgation.