EULIS land information service
Tuesday, 15 May 2007

The aim of the European Land Information Service (EULIS) is to provide easy worldwide access to European land and property information, to underpin a single European property market. Although it is ultimately the citizens of Europe who have the most to gain from this new service, its target users are the professional intermediaries through which citizens act, such as lawyers, conveyancers and notaries, and service providers such as lenders and real estate agents.  By making it easier for professionals to do business in other jurisdictions, EULIS aims to promote the economy of the European Community by breaking down barriers to cross-border lending, enabling more competition in the secured credit and real property markets, bringing more choice for borrowers, providing links with non-EU countries and encouraging the spread of best practice.  

EULIS - European Land Information Service

Stefan Gustafsson és Agnieszka Drewniak, Sweden
FIG Working Week, Hong Kong, China, 13-17 May, 2007

The paper can be downloaded in pdf format.