Ministers of justice and agriculture have established an interinstitutional working group to renew and update laws governing the Real Estate Cadastre and the Real Estate Register.
Centre of Registers
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The working group is instructed to review the legal framework and to draft laws regulating the Real Estate Cadastre and Register.

The working group consists of specialist of the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Agriculture and the state enterprise Centre of Registers (its primary function is the administration of three main state registers, such as Real Property Register and the Cadastre, the Register of Legal Entities, and the Address Register). If needed, the working group will be able to invite representatives of other interested public organizations to join it.

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