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XI ELRA General Assembly

May 7, 2010 /

The XI ELRA General Assembly took place in Madrid on 7th May under the Spanish Presidency of the European Union and hosted by the Colegio de Registradores de España.

The principles underlying the land registry system in Romania

April 23, 2010 /

The operation and organization of land books is based on certain fundamental rules called principles resulting in an express or implied manner from the content of the Law. 7 from 1996, as amended and supplemented.

The cadastral registration of cable networks How Dutch registrars initiated the registration of a 34,000-km cadastral objec

April 23, 2010 /

Ruben Roes Since the Supreme Court’s decision that a cable network can be considered immovable property, the Dutch registrars have had to take measures to enable this property to be registered. This article describes the ways in which registration has been made possible and the facets that played a role in this process. Background People […]

Digitally signed documents in the Land Register of Scotland

April 23, 2010 /

There have always been laws regulating how documents must be executed before they can be enforceable. Case law has also developed to resolve real life situations which were overlooked by the law makers.

Can offshore wind farms be mortgaged under Belgian law ?

April 23, 2010 /

[1] Guido De Latte   [2] Introduction 1. In June 2009 the first Belgian offshore wind farm on the North Sea was inaugurated. It is a project developed by the C-Power consortium[3]. By the end of 2009 the construction of 6 turbines was completed. 48 more turbines are to be built eventually. The wind farm is […]

Spanish property registration law

April 23, 2010 /

Javier Gómez Gálligo THE PROPERTY REGISTRY Property registration law is the legal discipline that studies everything concerning the operation and effects of the Property Registry. The Property Registry is a juristic registry. Juristic registries report facts or circumstances, but they also have legal effects; that is, they add effects to any juristic act that is registered (For example, because of these added effects, a […]

Land registration system of the republic of Croatia

April 23, 2010 /

Damir Kontrec Judge and Vice President of the County Court in Varaždin Introduction Land registers on the territory of today’s Republic of Croatia have a very long tradition which dates back to the second half of 19th century. In the past 130 to 140 years of land registers as a public registry competent for real estate legal transactions, there has been […]

Visit To The Hungarian Unified Land Registry System In Györ, Hungary

March 10, 2010 /

by Harald Wilsch, Secretary General of ELRA On behalf of the European Commission seminar „Judicial Cooperation in the European Union and Land Registry as an Implementation Instrument“, the Secretary General of ELRA, Mr. Harald Wilsch, and four colleagues from the Spanish Colegio de Registradores visited a Hungarian Land Registry Office in Györ. In fact, the […]

Study Tours To Registers Of Scotland

January 15, 2010 /

Registers of Scotland is highly experienced in the design and delivery of study tours and training for international counterparts in the field of Land Administration. ROS is well equipped to organise all aspects of any study tour to support the objectives of the visiting party.

Belgian Land Registry and Land Registration, Present & Future

January 1, 2010 /

Gerard Vandenhouwe & Johan Pieters 1. Introduction The European Land Registry Association (ELRA) asked the Belgian delegates –the “Royal Federation of Mortgage Conservators of Belgium” and “Patrimonial Documentation” (of the Finance Department)– to present the Belgian land registration system to the general assembly of its members. After three preliminary remarks, we will describe briefly the […]

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