The CROBECO project was mentioned on the Business Daily Africa with a very good review
The Mortgage Register of the Republic of Lithuania after 1 July 2012. The results of the mortgage reform
January 1, 2015 / ELRA Secretariat
Central Mortgage Office of Lithuania Objects of the Mortgage Register of the Republic of Lithuania: contractual mortgages and pledges Contractual mortgages (pledges) are agreements of the contractors to mortgage (pledge) immovable or movable property or property rights or unilateral application of the owner of the immovable/movable property or property rights to mortgage (pledge) it legal […]
Hosted by HM Land Registry of England and Wales, the XX ELRA General Assembly took place in London on Tuesday, 2nd December 2014.
A system aimed at facilitating property conveyancing across the European Union (EU) has been successfully developed by the CROBECO (Cross Border e-Conveyancing) project to:
On 1st December 2014 the CROBECO closing conference will take place in the headquarters of the Law Society in London. The theme of the conference will be:
There is a need for a standard means of accessing basic land registry information within the EU. Yet, the cross-border exchange of information between European land registries is complicated.
A keynote speaker of the CROBECO II conference was Prof. Dr. Arruñada from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, who presented a cost/benefit analysis of CROBECO. His conclusions were:
Hosted by the Colegio de Registradores de España, the XIX ELRA General Assembly took place in Barcelona on 16th May 2014.
On 15th May 2014, the European Land Registry Association (ELRA) organized a conference on Cross-Border Electronic Conveyancing. The conference was part of a project, known as CROBECO, aiming to enforce the recovery of foreign real estate investment in southern European countries.
CROBECO demonstrated the service at an e-Justice Congress in the Netherlands
March 27, 2014 / ELRA Secretariat
In the field of digitization, Netherlands should be the top in Europe, these were the words of Dutch Minister of Security and Justice Mr. Opstelten at the European e-Justice Congress in the Hague on 27th of March 2014. Chairman Pieter Cloo, Secretary General of this Ministry asked all participants to join him on this road to the top.