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Measures for the Implementation of Land Survey Regulations

Issuer: National Natural Resources Administration

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(Decree No. 45 of the Ministry of Land and Resources on June 17, 2009 announced the first amendment based on 2019 (The second amendment of the Ministry of Natural Resources' Decision on the First Batch of Abolished and Revised Departmental Regulations) of the 2nd Ministerial Meeting of the Ministry of Natural Resources

Chapter I General Provisions

Article 1 To ensure the effective implementation of land surveys, these Measures are formulated in accordance with the Land Survey Regulations (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations).

Article 2 Land survey refers to the investigation, monitoring, statistics, and analysis of natural attributes such as land type, location, area, and distribution of land and social attributes such as land tenure and their changes, as well as the status of permanent basic farmland.

Article 3 Land surveys include national land surveys, land change surveys, and land-specific surveys.

The national land survey refers to a comprehensive survey conducted by the state on all types of land in urban and rural areas in accordance with the needs of national economic and social development.

Land change survey refers to, based on the national land survey, according to the current status of urban and rural land use and changes in ownership, surveys of cadastral changes in cities and towns and surveys of land use changes are conducted at any time, and aggregate statistics are regularly collected.

The special land survey refers to the special survey on specific objects within a specific scope and within a specific time according to the needs of natural resource management, including the investigation of cultivated land reserve resources, dynamic remote sensing monitoring of land use, and surveying and surveying circles.

Article 4 The national land survey shall be unifiedly organized by the National Land Survey Leading Group of the State Council, and the Land Survey Leading Group of the people's governments at or above the county level shall implement the requirements.

The investigation of land change shall be organized by the Ministry of Natural Resources in conjunction with the relevant departments, and the competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall be implemented in conjunction with the relevant departments.

The special land survey shall be organized and implemented by the competent department of natural resources above the county level.

Article 5 The local competent department of natural resources above the county level shall cooperate with the financial department at the same level to implement the funds required for land survey by the local people's government in accordance with the regulations. When necessary, it is possible to work with the financial department at the same level to formulate management measures for land expenditure from land use fees such as new construction land paid compensation fees, state-owned land use rights paid transfer income, etc.

Article 6 Units and individuals that have made outstanding contributions in land survey work shall be commended or rewarded by the relevant natural resource department in accordance with state regulations.

Chapter II Land Survey Institutions and Personnel

Article 7 The Office of the National Land Survey Leading Group of the State Council is located in the Ministry of Natural Resources, and the Office of the Land Survey Leading Group of the local people's governments at or above the county level is located in the competent department of natural resources at the same level.

The competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall specify the specialized agencies and personnel, and shall be specifically responsible for land change investigations and special land investigations.

Article 8 The personnel of the land survey include the staff of the natural resource administrative department at the county level and above, the personnel of relevant institutions, and the personnel of the units undertaking land survey tasks.

Article 9 Land surveyors shall receive professional training organized by the competent department of natural resources at or above the provincial level, pass the national unified survey of land surveyors, and obtain work permits for land surveyors.

Those who have obtained the qualification certificate of the land registration agent jointly issued by the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security may directly apply for the work permit of the land surveyor.

The land surveyor's work permit is issued and issued by the Ministry of Natural Resources in a unified manner and managed under a unified number.

Article 10 Units undertaking national land survey tasks shall meet the following requirements:

(1) In the past three years, there are land survey items with a cumulative contract value of more than 10 million yuan, which have passed the inspection and acceptance of the competent department of natural resources at or above the county level;

(2) There are specialized quality inspection institutions and full-time quality inspection personnel, and a sound and effective quality assurance system for land survey results;

(3) There is no record of poor quality of land survey results in the past three years, and it has not been included in the untrustworthy list;

(4) No less than 20 technical personnel who have obtained the work permit of the land surveyor;

(5) Other conditions stipulated by the rules and regulatory documents of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Chapter III Organization and Implementation of Land Survey

Article 11: When conducting a national land survey, the Ministry of Natural Resources, in conjunction with relevant departments, shall formulate a general plan for a national land survey in the year before the start of the survey, and implement it after submitting to the State Council for approval.

The overall plan of the national land survey should include the main tasks of the survey, time arrangement, funding implementation, data requirements, and announcement of results.

Article 12 The local competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall, in conjunction with relevant departments at the same level, formulate the implementation plan of land survey in the administrative area in accordance with the requirements of the overall national land survey plan and the implementation plan of the superior land survey and report it to the people's government at the next higher level Recorded by the competent natural resources department.

Article 13 The investigation of land change shall be uniformly deployed by the Ministry of Natural Resources, and shall be organized and implemented with the county-level administrative district as the unit.

The competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall, in accordance with the unified requirements of the state, organize and implement land change surveys to maintain the current status and accuracy of the survey results.

Article 14 The survey of cadastral changes in towns and villages in the survey of land change shall be based on changes in land tenure, etc., and shall be investigated at any time, and cadastral maps and databases shall be changed in a timely manner.

Article 15 The land use change survey in the land change survey shall be based on the results of the national land survey and the previous year ’s land change survey, and make a comprehensive investigation of the changes in the land use situation in the current administrative region and update the current land use map And land use database, and summarize and report various types of land use change data.

The unified time point for land use change survey is December 31 each year.

Article 16 The investigation of land change includes the following:

(1) Changes in administrative and tenure boundaries;

(2) Changes in land ownership and use rights;

(3) changes in land types;

(4) Changes in the location and quantity of permanent basic farmland;

(5) Other contents stipulated by the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Article 17 The special land survey shall be organized and implemented by the competent department of natural resources above the county level, and the results of the special survey shall be reported to the competent department of natural resources at the next higher level for the record.

The nationwide special land survey is organized and implemented by the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Article 18 Land surveys shall implement national unified land use status classification standards, technical regulations and relevant regulations of the Ministry of Natural Resources to ensure the uniformity and accuracy of land survey data.

Article 19 The competent natural resource department at a higher level shall strengthen its guidance on the land survey work of the competent natural resource department at a lower level, and regularly organize personnel to carry out supervision and inspection, timely grasp the progress of the land survey, and study and solve problems in the land survey.

Article 20 The competent department of natural resources above the county level shall establish a dynamic notification system for the progress of land surveys.

The competent natural resource department at a higher level shall regularly report the completion of the work in various places according to the time limit determined by the national land survey, land change survey and special land survey, and carry out key supervision and inspection of areas with slow progress.

Article 21 Units and individuals engaged in land surveys shall abide by national laws, regulations and regulations on confidentiality.

Chapter IV Publication and Application of Survey Results

Article 22 The land survey results include data results, graphic results, written results, and database results.

The results of the land survey data include data on the classification of various types of land, data on qualitative areas with different attributes, data on basic farmland areas and data on graded areas of cultivated land.

The results of land survey maps include land use status maps, cadastral maps, parcel maps, permanent basic farmland distribution maps, and thematic maps of cultivated land slope classification.

Written results of land surveys, including land survey work reports, technical reports, results analysis reports, and other special reports.

Land survey database results, including land use database and cadastral database.

Article 23 The competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall complete the statistical work on the results of data processing and the preparation of written reports in accordance with requirements and relevant standards.

Article 24 The land survey results shall be implemented by a system of progressive transfer.

The local natural resource department at or above the county level shall remit the data results, map results, text results, and database results formed by the land survey to the natural resource authority at the next higher level for compilation.

The contents of the land survey results summary mainly include data summary, drawing preparation, text report preparation and results analysis.

Article 25 The inspection and acceptance of the results of the national land survey shall be conducted by the offices of the leading groups for land survey at all levels in accordance with the following procedures:

(1) County-level investigation units and relevant departments shall conduct a comprehensive self-inspection of the investigation results, form a self-inspection report, and report to the city (prefecture) level for review;

(2) after passing the re-examination at the city (prefecture) level, submit an application for pre-inspection to the provincial level;

(3) Provincial level conducts a comprehensive inspection of the survey results, and reports them after acceptance;

(4) The Office of the National Land Survey Leading Group shall check the results, conduct random checks on key areas and types of land as required, and form confirmation opinions.

Article 26 The announcement of the results of the national land survey shall be conducted in accordance with Article 25 of the Regulations.

The results of the investigation of land changes shall be announced by the natural resource departments at all levels after approval by the people's government at the corresponding level, in the order of the country, province, city, and county.

The results of special land surveys shall be announced by the relevant natural resources authorities.

Article 27 The quality of the results reported in land surveys is implemented in a hierarchical responsibility system. The competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall carefully check the investigation results reported at this level to ensure the truth and accuracy of the investigation results.

The superior natural resource department shall regularly supervise the quality of the land survey results of the lower natural resource department.

Article 28 The land survey results announced in accordance with the law are the basis and basis for compiling national economic and social development plans, related special plans, and natural resource management.

The application for construction land approval, the establishment of land improvement projects, and other activities that require the use of basic land data and map materials shall be based on the land survey results confirmed by the state.

The revision of the overall land use planning at all levels shall be based on the land survey results determined by the state, and the revision of the planning base shall be checked.

Chapter V Legal Liability

Article 29 Units and individuals that have undergone land surveys violate Article 17 of the Regulations and fail to perform on-site referral obligations without justified reasons. The competent department of natural resources of the people's government at or above the county level shall order corrections within a time limit. Penalties shall be imposed in accordance with Article 32 of the Regulations.

Article 30 If the unit undertaking the land survey task has one of the following circumstances, the competent department of natural resources at or above the county level shall order correction within a time limit. If no correction is made within the time limit, the land survey task shall be terminated and the unit shall be submitted to the National Credit Platform:

(1) Fraudulent in land survey work;

(2) Failure to complete the land survey task on time without proper reasons;

(3) The quality of the results of the land survey has serious consequences.

Article 31 If the unit undertaking the land survey task does not meet the relevant conditions stipulated in Article 13 of the Regulations and Article 10 of the present Measures, fraudulently falsified the land survey task, the competent department of natural resources above the county level shall terminate the Land survey tasks, and the unit is no longer included in the list of land survey units.

Article 32 If a land surveyor violates Article 31 of the Regulations, the Ministry of Natural Resources shall cancel the work permit of the land surveyor and shall not participate in the assessment of the land surveyor again.

Article 33 Staff members in charge of natural resources who neglect their duties, abuse their powers, and engage in malpractices for personal gain in land survey work shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law; if they do not constitute a crime, they shall be punished according to law.

Chapter VI Supplementary Provisions

Article 34 These Measures shall be implemented as of the date of promulgation.