The following amendments and addenda must be introduced to the Federal Law No. 209-FZ: 1) In the item 2 of the Article 3 must be supplemented with the wording “topographic monitoring”; paragraph 11 of the same article must be supplemented with the wording “provision with geodetic, cartographic, topographic and hydrographical materials regarding regional and state boundaries”; paragraph 15 of the same article acquires a new wording “setting, normalization, regulation of usage, registration, recording and conservation of the names of geographic objects’’. 2) Paragraph 5 of the item 1 of the Article 5 must be supplemented with the following wording “determination of the modalities of setting local systems of coordinates and state geodetic supervision over the establishment and usage thereof”.
Amends: Federal Law No. 209-FZ on land survey and cartography. (1995-12-26)
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Gnetii, Vsevolod (CONSLEGB)
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