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Service and servicing
12 March 2008
On 11 March 2008, Ferenc Sirman, State Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has officially inaugurated the Budapest District Land Office No. 3 in the 14th district of Budapest, Bosnyák tér 5. Mr. Sirman informed the Hungarian News Agency (MTI) that the new office premises were built from the income generated by the Capital Land Office, for more than HUF 300 million. He also emphasized that parallel with the processing of the backlog in case management during 2004 and 2005, a decree was proposed and passed by the relevant Parliamentary Commission – aiming chiefly at pressing back of flat mafia activity – to simplify and separate the too complicated, non-transparent and hardly controllable official procedures.
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Budapest DLO No. 3 opened
07 January 2008

On 3rd January 2008, Budapest District Land Office No. 3 was inaugurated in the 14th district  (Bosnyák tér 5, 1149 Budapest, entrance from Rózsavölgyi köz). Its field of competence: 7th, 14th, 15th and 16th districts. Instead of former Budapest District Land Office, which has been maintaining all land registration data of the Capital, from now on, three district land offices will be working for the better service of the clients, closer to their homes. With the opening of the third office in Budapest, the fields of competence of the other two formerly opened offices have been changed.  The Budapest District Land Office No. 1 in the old building of Budafoki út has been managing the data of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th,17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd districts, while the Budapest District Land Office No. 2 has been receiving clients from the Budapest districts: 4th, 5th, 6th and 13th in the building of Lehel tér Market Hall. 

 
New Client Service in Zugló
09 October 2007

On 15th October 2007, Client Service of the Budapest District Land Office No. 3 will be opened in the 14th district of Budapest, Bosnyák tér (address: 1149 Budapest, Bosnyák tér 5, entrance from Rózsavölgyi köz.) This client service will provide property sheet copies countrywide. According to plans, from 1 January 2008, Office No. 3 will be at the disposal of the clients with all kinds of service relating to land registration in its field of competence: 7th, 14th, 15th and 16th districts.

 
New Branch Office in Mórahalom
05 July 2007

On 1st July 2007, Szeged District Land Office (in Csongrád County) has opened a branch office in Mórahalom (Address: Millenniumi sétány 17, 6782 Mórahalom). The following settlements belong to the field of competence of the new branch office: Ásotthalom, Bordány, Forráskút, Mórahalom, Öttömös, Pusztamérges, Ruzsa, Üllés and Zákányszék.

 
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Memorandum of Understanding
30 June 2008

In Slovenia, on 27th of June 2008, aiming at emphasizing the significance of the cadastre and the uniform representing of our profession, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed by two eminent professional organisations of the European Union, EuroGeographics and the Permanent Committee of the Cadastre (PCC). With this Memorandum, these organisations wish to express their intention of strengthening the cooperation in communicating cadastre and land registration issues, of improving awareness of the cadastre’s role and eliminating the parallel activities of the member organisations.
The whole English text of the Memorandum is available in pdf format.

 
E-conveyancing in the Netherlands
11 March 2008

An explanation follows of the system for electronic recording introduced in the Netherlands in 2005 and of the future system for the computerised completion of documents delivered electronically The existing legal system places specific preconditions to this e-conveyancing process. For a better understanding of the additional applicable preconditions, an explanation is provided first concerning the Dutch legal system.

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Virtual reality and GIS
27 September 2007

The expression “virtual reality” – though we have been using it since the 90s – according to my experience is not very widely understood among „the people of the street” who are simple computer users and have never heard about GIS (Geographical Information System) either. In other words, many people all over the world are keen to live another life by the help of the ever more sophisticated „toolkit” of multimedia. Psychological and social motives of this phenomenon should be discussed with the relevant scientists… Passion for gambling? Longing to leave the nasty real life, real world? Alienation and hatred to people? Wishing to escape? Perhaps, we are lazy or do not have enough spare time and try to find practical and quick electronic solutions of buying this and that, while sitting in the armchair at home? 

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Marketing and cadastre
06 September 2007

The cadastral organizations in Europe and all over the world form part of public administration. In the market economy, the demand for data and services has radically been grown everywhere, but especially in the field of land and property registration.  At the institutions offering services, it is a real expectation that the income should possibly cover the whole budget.

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