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Land Registration in Norway April 2000

By Stene, Oyvind

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Title: Land Registration in Norway April 2000  
Author: Stene, Oyvind
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: The World Bank

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Economics

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Objective: The objective of this report is to give an example on how a land registration system can be operated in a business like manner, to World Bank project managers, using Norway as an example. Land Registration: The Land Administration of Norway is supported by two registers, The Land Book (or Land Title Registry) and the Cadastre. Information from the two registers is distributed as the Land Information System: The Land Book containing information on legal and financial rights concerning real estate properties, is maintained by 87 local courts, and is administratively supervised by the Ministry of Justice. The Land Book is ajudicial register, covers the whole country, is fully cornputerised, and comprises of one central database. The Cadastre is updated locally by the 435 municipalities. The alphanumeric part of the Cadastre is fully computerised as a central database under the control of the National Mapping Authority (Statens kartverk), to which the municipalities continuously report changes. The cadastral maps are however currently only held at local level, in analogue or digital form as decided by the individual municipality. A national parcel map database is under implementation by the National Mapping Authority. The Cadastre contains 'Yechnical information about parcels, buildings and addresses. The two registers or central databases, for the Land Book and the Cadastre respectively, are closely linked to each other and operated by a 100% State owned enterprise, Norsk Eiendomsinformasjon AS, NE. NE has the exclusive rights as a wholesaler of information from the two registers. The two databases in combination are distributed via approximate I0 competing distributors as the Land Information System, EDR, to 15.000 on-line users.

 

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