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A cadastral community or cadastral municipality, is a cadastral subdivision of municipalities in the nations of Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovakia, the Italian provinces of South Tyrol, Trentino, Gorizia, Trieste, Slovenia, and the Netherlands. A cadastral community records property ownership in a cadastre, which is a register describing property ownership by boundary lines of the real estate.

The common etymology in the Central European successor states of the Habsburg Monarchy comes from German: Katastralgemeinde (KG), plural: Katastralgemeinden, translated as Italian: comune censuario or comune catastale, Slovene: katastralna občina, Croatian: katastarska općina, Slovak: katastrálne územia and Czech: katastrální území ("cadastral territories").

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