Land management, cadastre and land monitoring
The issue of land expert evidence is considered only within the legal science framework in Russia traditionally. At the same time, as follows from the very concept of forensic land expert evidence, this is a study and the issuance of a conclusion on a question concerning not the legal science, but the science of the Earth. The purpose of the article is to analyze issues related to the production of judicial land surveying. The scientific significance of the article is to summarize the current state of land expert evidence methodology issue; the practical significance lies in shaping the research direction on this subject within the framework of earth sciences, its practical application. The research methodology in this work includes the analysis and synthesis of information on key methodology issues: the name and the integrated classification of that type expert evidence, objects and subjects of research, methods of conducting land surveying. The results that show the presence of inaccuracies in determining the expert evidence type, the lack of a unified classification of types of land expert evidence and a unified classification of objects of land expert evidence in earth sciences, law science and practice, there are no unified land expert evidence methods. The article summarizes the prospect of developing an author's approach to solving the indicated problems. The value of this study is due to the outlined problems systematization, in the context of which further studies are planned. The practical significance of the work results is summarized in the need to form the correct name for such examinations and to offer the author’s classification of land expert evidence, identify and record the types of objects and subjects of research that are firmly associated with such a classification, analysis of areas developed by the author’s methods of conducting land surveys.
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Publication History
Received: 22.01.2019
Published: 25.03.2019


2019 issue 1
DOI 10.33764/2411-1759-2019-24-1