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Slovenia - Real Estate Registration Modernization Project (English)

The Real Estate Registration Modernization Project aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of real estate administration systems in Slovenia. There are eight main components. The land and building cadastre component prepares maps, improves cadastral maps, installs computer linkages to the land registry, and sets up a building register. The land register component removes backlogs in land registry offices, assists in computerization of the register, installs computer linkages to the cadastre, and improves registration procedures. The apartment registration development component designs and tests an apartment registration system including several pilot projects, The fourth completes development of a land use monitoring system for European Union's Common Agricultural Programme (EU CAP) in support of Slovenia's accession to EU. The fifth component develops a real estate property tax and valuation system and tests in two municipalities. The sixth component improves the legal framework for housing finance, including mortgage system reform. The seventh component improves the legal framework for property ownership and registration. The eighth component coordinates the project, and develops an information technology/information management strategy and a cost recovery strategy.


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    Slovenia - Real Estate Registration Modernization Project

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Slovenia - Real Estate Registration Modernization Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.