According to a news published in AFP, the tax authorities of the province of Buenos Aires will make use of Google Earth, in order to look for constructions not declared before the Treasury.
For those of us who once had a Cadastre department in a municipality, we are aware that people do not have the habit of declaring for their new buildings. To do this, you usually create excise taxes that fine the person who builds without asking for a permit, or who, after completing the construction, does not declare the improvements.
We are also aware of how uncomfortable and expensive it is to have a squad of staff looking for these tax evaders in the field, since they are often lent for bribery or often more expensive than what is recovered. The existence of satellite images with details of pixels smaller than the meter allows to be detected in this way those buildings that have not been declared.
In this way, the crews can be sent in a planned way to the buildings that have already been detected, and yet they can be assigned tax charges even if they have not been visited in the field; We had previously seen in the legislation of Mar del Plata, However one of the intentions is to take it to a general normative level. In the graph, an area of the Delta del Tigre