The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
A registry of deeds conference in Dublin, Ireland? Sounds interesting. It’s being sponsored by the Property Registration Authority of Ireland in association with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s Working Party on Land Administration. The “Who should attend” section suggests that “officials working in Land Registration and Land Administration” would benefit the most. Conference topics include “the evolving role of land information in an e-society” and “experiences to date and future direction of e-registration and e-conveyancing.” One additional topic will be preventing fraud. This conference is part of the Tecentenary celebration of the Registry of Deeds in Ireland which purports to be one of the “longest established, continuously operating government offices” in that country. (That’s certainly impressive, but considering that our recorded documents begin in 1629, I guess we find ourselves in the unusual position of having been in operation for longer than a comparable office in Europe). If you’re interested in attending the conference, more information can be found here.
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