Property artifact

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Please refer to the following more recent schemes.

https://oip.wiki/Property-Party

https://oip.wiki/Property-SpatialUnit

https://oip.wiki/Property-Tenure



Artifact Publish

{
	"oip042": {
		"publish": {
			"artifact": {
				"floAddress": "string[1]",
				"timestamp": 10 digit integer,
				"type": "property",
				"party":"string"[2],
				"ledgerManager":"string"[3],
				"info":{
					"title": "string",
					"description": "string",
					"extraInfo":{
						flexible object, can store anything
					},
					"tenure": [
						{
							"useRights": object,
							"occupancy": object,
							"customaryTenure": "string",
							"tenancy": "string",
							"ownership": "string",
							"rent": "string",
							"permits": "string"
						}
					]
				},
				"spatialUnit":{
					"grsBounds": [
						{
							"lat": float number,
							"lng": float number
						},
						{
							"lat": float number,
							"lng": float number
						},
						{
							"lat": float number,
							"lng": float number
						}
					],
					"gis": "dd[4]"
				},
				"storage":{
					"network": "string",
					"location": "string,
					"files":[
						{
						"dName": "string",
						"duration": integer,
						"fName": "string",
						"fSize": integer,
						"promo": integer,
						"retail": integer,
						}
					]
				},
				"signature": "string"
			}
		}
	}
}
  1. the party who generated this artifact, NOT necessarily the owner itself.
  2. In most cases this would start as a legal name. Once this person has been registered in the index, this would be edited to become their floAddress. If this entry and the floAddress entry match, then the owner generated the Artifact themselves.
  3. the floAddress of the ledger manager of the area. if this matches the data entered for floAddress, then the ledger manager generated the artifact
  4. types of Geographic Information Systems, dd is decimal degrees, another common type is dms, or degrees minutes seconds