National Real Estate Cadastre Law (2005) | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
Diciembre 2005
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LEX-FAOC174422
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This Law provides rules on the national real estate cadastre of Latvia. Its purpose is to ensure society with updated cadastre information regarding all real estate in the State territory, objects thereof, parts of land parcels and owners, lawful possessors, users, renters thereof. According to the Law, the National Real Estate Cadastre is a single registration system, which by effecting administrative, organisational and technological processes ensures the obtaining of data regarding real estate in the State territory, objects thereof, parts of land parcels and owners, lawful possessors, users, renters thereof, as well as maintaining and use of the abovementioned data. In order to ensure operation of the Cadastre, the National Real Estate Cadastre Information System is maintained and improved. The Cadastre Information System is the State information system, which contains official cadastre data. The manager and holder thereof is the State Land Service. The State Land Service operates in this field in accordance with the State Information System Law, the Electronic Documents Law, the Personal Data Protection Law and the Law on Archives.

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Sabine Vandana

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Foco geográfico

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