GEODETIC ENGINEERING LAWS

  1. Prescribing Time Periods for Issuance of Housing-Related Certifications, Clearances and Permits, and Imposing Sanctions for Failure to Observe the Same.

    EO 45-2001
    Ra 8435
    EO 45-2002
    PD 1067
    EO 45-2001
  2. The act or process of changing the current physical use of a piece of agricultural land into some other use or for another agricultural use.
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    Land Conversion
    Land reclassification
    Premature conversion
    Illegal conversion
    Land Conversion
  3. Land adjacent to the sea which is being alternately covered and uncovered by the ordinary flow of tide.

    Foreshore lands
    Marshlands
    Reclaimed land
    swamps
    Foreshore lands
  4. Reclassification limited maximum percentage of the total agricultural land for fourth to sixth class municipalities.

    15%
    8%
    5%
    10%
    5%
  5. Involves the assessment of unclassified lands under the public domain which include surveying,classifying,studying and mapping areas into agricultural,forest or timber,ineral and national parks.


    ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Land Conversion
    Land reclassification
    Premature conversion
    Land Classification
    Land Classification
  6. Submerged land emerging  into the surface by deliberate act of filling or dredging.

    Accretion
    Reclaimed lands
    Foreshore land
    marshy
    Reclaimed lands
  7. All reclassifications shall require approval from the________________


    Secretary
    Congress
    President
    DENR
    President
  8. Refers to the policy enunciated in RA 8435 which prohibits the conversion of irrigated lands, irrigable lands already covered by irrigation projects with firm funding commitments, and lands with existing or having the potential for growing high value crops so delineated and included within the Strategic Agriculture and Fisheries Development Zones(SAFDZ) for the period starting February 1988 to Feb 09, 2003.


    LAND CONVERSION
    ILLEGAL CONVERSION
    PREMATURE CONVERSION
    CONVERSION MORATORIUM
    CONVERSION MORATORIUM
  9. Land displaying marked characteristic justifying the operation of irrigation system.

    IRRIGATED LAND
    IRRIGABLE LAND
    FOREST LAND
    NOTA
    IRRIGABLE LAND
  10. Land serviced by natural irrigation or irrigation facilities. This includes lands where water is not readily available because existing irrigation facilities need rehabilitation or upgrading or where irrigation water is not available year-around.

    IRRIGATED LAND
    IRRIGABLE LAND
    FOREST LAND
    NOTA
    IRRIGATED LAND
  11. Shall refer to the subdivision of A and D lands of not more than 1500 has into 50 parcels or more.

    Public Land Subdivision
    Group Settlement/Townsite Subdivision
    Isolated Subdivision
    Alienable and Disposable Subdivision
    Group Settlement/Townsite Subdivision
  12. Shall refer to the subdivision of A&D Lands covering an area of more than 1500 has.

    Public Land Subdivision
    Group Settlement/Townsite Subdivision
    Isolated Subdivision
    Alienable and Disposable Subdivision
    Public Land Subdivision
  13. A public repository of records of instruments affecting registered and unregistered lands in the province/city wherein such office is situated.

    Lis Pendens
    Notice of Litigation
    Lis Mota
    Register of Deeds
    Jus Sanguinis
    Register of Deeds
  14. A notice of pending litigation; a warning to the whole world that one who buys the property so annotated does so at his/her own risk

    Lis Pendens
    Notice of Litigation
    Lis Mota
    Register of Deeds
    Jus Sanguinis
    Lis Pendens
  15. The evidence of the right of the owner or the extent of his/her interest, and by which means he/she can maintain control and as a rule assert right to exclusive possession and enjoyment of the property.

    Land Ownership
    Land Title
    land tenure
    land registration
    Land Title
  16. A document recording the boundary adjudication agreement by all concerned and participating claimants/ owners .

    Land Information Sheet
    Boundary Agreement Process
    Parcel Information Sheet
    None of the above
    Parcel Information Sheet
  17. Survey order for public land subdivision shall be issued by

    NAMRIA Administrator
    RTD for Lands
    LGU
    Secretary of DENR
    RTD for Lands
  18. Permit issued by DENR official to a private GE to conduct isolated survey over public lands for public land application purposes

    Survey Authority
    Survey Order
    Survey Ordinance
    Survey Plan
    Survey Order
  19. Aims to provide integrated approach to the planning and management o f  the country’s land resources that will best suit the demands of the present times.

    Land Management System
    Land Management Bureau
    DA
    DAR
    Land Management Bureau
  20. The Social Development and Gender Framework has provided guidance to the ___________________________ during the implementation of the second phase of the long term land administration and management reform programs

    Land Administration and Management System
    Land Administration and Management Division
    Land Administration and Management Plan
    Land Administration and Management Project
    Land Administration and Management Project
  21. It supervises and monitors the preparation of monthly accomplishments for land surveys activities and annual reports

    Planning, Management and Information Section and Regional Cadastral Project Office- DAR
    Regional Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Coordinating Office-DAR
    Technical Services Section-DAR
    Aggregate Survey Section-DAR
    Planning, Management and Information Section and Regional Cadastral Project Office- DAR
  22. Land Tenure is an _______________ rules invented by societies to regulate behaviour.

    institution
    regulation
    corporation
    association
    institution
  23. ____________ interest, is when several parties are allocated different rights to the same parcel of land.

    Overriding
    Overlapping
    Complementary
    Competing
    Overlapping
  24. ___________ is specific rights that are not assigned to anyone and no-one can be excluded.

    Private
    Communal
    Open-access
    State
    Open-access
  25. Land Tenure wherein a right of commons may exist within a community where each member has a right to use independently the holdings of the community.

    Private
    Communal
    Open-access
    State
    Communal
  26. The following are examples of rights to land except:

    Right to use the land
    Right to control how land will be used
    Right to derive income from the land
    None of the above
    None of the above
  27. Land use planning and enforcement and the adjudication of land use conflicts

    Land Valuation
    Land Administration
    Land Use Regulation
    Land Management
    Land Use Regulation
  28. The certainty that a person rights to land will be recognized by others and protected in cases of specific challenges

    Tenure Security
    Land Tenure
    Land Administration
    Land Management
    Tenure Security
  29. These rights of access may have their origin in the use of the land over a long period, they are often rights developed by ancestral occupation

    Customary Rights
    Tenure Rights
    Private Rights
    Public Rights
    Customary Rights
  30. Gaining access to land in return for paying the owner a percentage of the production

    Leasing
    Sharecropping
    Inheritance
    Squatting
    Sharecropping
  31. It refers to gaining access to land by paying rent to the owner

    Leasing
    Sharecropping
    Inheritance
    None of the above
    Leasing
  32. It refers to the rational and judicious approach of allocating available land resources to different land using activities and for different functions consistent with the overall development vision/goal of a particular city.

    Land Use   
    Land Use Planning
    Land Use Plan   
    Land Use Map
    Land Use Planning
  33. It refers to the manner of utilization of land, including its allocation, development and management.

    Land Use   
    Land Use Planning
    Land Use Plan   
    Land Use Map
    Land Use
  34. The use of land which generates the maximum profit without negative consequences especially on the environment.
    Multiple Land Use   
    Reversible Uses
    HABU   
    Comprehensive Land Use Plan
    HABU 
  35. What is the document that embodies the specific proposals for guiding, regulating growth and development of a city or municipality?

    Comprehensive Land Use Plan   
    Land Use Plan
    Land Use Conversion   
    None of the above
    Comprehensive Land Use Plan
  36. Land must be in one piece, free of intervening roadways, right-of way, easements, and minor waterways.

    True   
    False
    Maybe   
    None of the above
    False
  37. What is the legislative act of delineating areas or districts within the territorial jurisdictions of cities and municipalities that may be put to specific uses and their regulation, subject to limitations imposed by law or competent authority?

    Land Subclassification   
    Land Classification
    Land Reclassification   
    Zoning
    Zoning
  38. What is the act of determining and assigning the uses of classified public lands?

    Land Subclassification   
    Land Classification
    Land Reclassification   
    Zoning
    Land Subclassification 
  39. What is the graphical representation of a place or particular phenomena or themes in an area?

    Comprehensive Land Use Plan   
    Land Use Plan
    Land Use Map   
    Map
    Map
  40. What does PLUC stands for?

    Philippine Land Use Committee   
    Provincial Local Unit Council
    Provincial Land Use Committee   
    Provincial Land Use Council
    Provincial Land Use Committee
  41. It provides technical assistance in CLUP preparation.
    HLURB   
    Land Use Enforcement Plan
    TPZAP   
    PLUC
    TPZAP 
  42. Pertains to the proceeding, either administrative or judicial, for registering the title to, or interest in a land in a public registry so that such title or interest, becomes a matter for public record, and all persons who have any interest in the land maybe informed thereof, actually or constructively, and be bound there by if they make no objections there to within a specified time.

    Land Registration
    Land Titling       
    Land Registration Act   
    Registration
    Land Registration
  43. The process of adjudicating rights in land, surveying and mapping those rights and usually establishing the cadastral office and land registry to store and manage the associated maps, titles and deeds.

    Land Registration 
    Land Titling       
    Land Registration Act   
    Registration
    Land Titling
  44. To register means to enter in a registry; to record formally or distinctly; to enroll or enter in a list. It is the entry made in the registry which record solemnly and permanently the right of ownership and other real rights.

    Land Registration 
    Land Titling       
    Land Registration Act   
    Registration
    Registration
  45. is the first registration of the land whereby an Original Certificate of a Title is enter in a Registry of Property and a duplicate owner’s copy issued to the owner  by the Registry of Deeds.

    Land Registration
    Original Registration     
    Land Registration Act   
    Registration
    Original Registration
  46. Acquisition of the land patents to public agricultural lands and registration thereof under section 107of CA no. 141

    Land Registration 
    Original Registration     
    Administrative   
    Subsequent  Registration
    Administrative 
  47. it is a process where the Original Certificate of Title is cancelled and subsequently registered under a Transfer Certificate of Title in favor of the new owner in cases of the land conveyance such as sale, donation or assignment.

    Land Registration 
    Original Registration      
    Administrative   
    Subsequent  Registration
    Subsequent  Registration
  48. Is the systematic process of collecting data, studying and understanding the data, extrapolating the data, and creating on paper the plans for reshaping the land to yield a land development project that is politically, economically, and environmentally acceptable to the client and the public.

    Land Development
    Consolidation
    Land  Development Design   
    Land Use Plan
    Land  Development Design  
  49. refers to the rational approach of allocating available resources as equitably as possible among competing user groups and for different functions consistent with the development plan of the area .

    Land Development 
    Consolidation 
    Land  Development Design   
    Land Use Plan
    Land Use Plan
  50. Refers to the process of upgrading and rehabilitation of blighted slum urban areas with a view of minimizing displacement of dwellers in said areas

    Land Development
    On-Site-Development 
    Land  Development Design   
    Land Use Plan
    On-Site-Development 
  51. Refers to housing programs and projects covering houses and lots or home lots only undertaken by the Government or the private sector for the underprivileged and homeless citizens which shall include sites and services development, long-term financing, liberalized terms on interest payments.

    Socialized Housing
    On-Site-Development 
    Land  Development Design   
    Economic Housing
    Socialized Housing
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GEODETIC ENGINEERING LAWS
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GEODETIC ENGINEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES- KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA INTERNATIONAL CHAPTER
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