Brussels, 29th November 2018
The last seminar of the Network in 2018 was held in Brussels last Thursday 29 November with the participation of the all Contact Points of the Network and a new member, the Registry Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Bulgaria represented by Teodora Georgieva.
Special mention for the presence of Katerina Entcheva from DG Justice of the European Commission and her participation in the panel concerning the Regulation on matrimonial property regimen.
Thanks to the cooperation of the ELRN with the EJN, we had the participation of judges from Portugal, Spain and Italy who qualified some aspects related to the practice of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the light of the Brussels I Regulation.
At the afternoon session, two speakers presented the property as a fundamental right from two different perspectives: the European Court of Justice and the modern constitutionalism and we closed the Workshop with one of the demanding topics nowadays: Land Registry and new Technologies
Land Registry, Human Rights and the State
- Michele Cuccaro: Land Registry & Human rights by the Court of Justice of the EU.
- Aniceto Masferrer: Property as a Fundamental Right in Modern Constitutionalism: A proposal for an ongoing controversy.
Land Registry with New Technologies
- Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras: Algorithm-driven systems and ‘Smart registrations’: Potential Uses, Possible Limits, and Liability Risks.
- Jacques Vos: Land Registers in the 21st Century; Towards Self Conscious Objects and Object Passports.
- Mihai Taus: Technical issues to be overtaken by LR
Warsaw, 28th September 2018
A European Land Registry Network (ELRN) workshop was organised in Warsaw on 28 September during the meeting held as part of the development of the IMOLA project.
The workshop focused on the study of the Regulation on Matrimonial Regimes and the property consequences of registered partnerships through practical cases presented by four contact points providing different points of view, as well as the presentation of the application of the Brussels I Regulation by judge Michele Cuccaro, from the Court of Rovereto (Italy).
In order to continue the debate on Blockchain and its influence on the legal panorama and more specifically on the land registry, was invited as speaker Silvino Navarro, land registrar and expert in the topic.
Tallin 1st June 2018
Hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Justice, the last Workshop of the European Land Registry Network (ELRN) took place in Tallinn on Friday 1st June.
It was attended by the Contact Points of the ELRN and Judges from Portugal, Spain, Italy and Poland. Special mention should be made by the presence of Vivien White, President of the European Union of Rechtspfleger.
The Workshop was divided in three main parts: the follow up of the European concerning land registration matters, where the Regulation on Matrimonial Property Regimes was discussed, the study of some sentences by the Court of Justice of the EU, such as the Kubicka case (C-218/16), and Blockchain, one of the topics of greatest interest for ELRA.
In addition, the Contact Points discussed about the e-conveyancing questionnaire, launched by the University of Maastricht.
This ELRN Workshop was an excellent opportunity to strengthen relations among the ELRN Contact Points, and design common future plans for the Network.
- Paula Pott: Regulation on Matrimonial Property Regimes
- Gabriel Alonso: Regulation on Matrimonial Property Regimes
- Piotr Trzeciakowski: Judgment of the Court
- Michele Cuccaro: The Controversial impact of ECHR on Land Registries
- Katja Zimmermann: Questionnaire on E-Conveyancing
- Mariam Turashvili:Using Blockchain in Georgia
- Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell:Digital Transformation of Registry System Opportunities of a Technological Ecosystem
- Jacques Vos: Blockchain & Real State
- Ingmar Vali: Blockchain in Land Registry – must or nice to have?