Dubai / Emirates Business
The 20th World Registry Law Congress 2016’ global conference, which is aptly titled ‘CINDER Dubai 2016,’ continues on a strong note for its second day in a row.
Organized by the Dubai Land Department in collaboration with the International Property Registries Association (IPRA-CINDER), the conference’s activities are geared towards facilitating discussions around trending topics such as real estate registration law and smart registration by industry experts from around the world. Day two of the conference will include two official meetings on parallel session, at the Ritz Carlton Hotel at Dubai’s trendy Jumeirah Beach Residence.
Sultan Al Akraf, Senior Director Real Estate Registration Department, said, “In light of our first opportunity to host such a big event in the UAE, we are delighted and pleased with the huge presence of formidable attendees at this conference. The organizers and sponsors are showing a remarkable effort in promoting Dubai’s image as a premium choice for events of this caliber”.
The second day commenced with a session titled, “Land Registries as Producers of Data,” which was headed by Ana del Valle from Spain. The panel discussed topics about the digitalization of Land Registry and data protection through the American doctrine in Puerto Rico, land data and the market land registration information in making of decisions by government and public administration.
This was followed by the second session, which addressed the issue of Smart Registration and sustainability, chaired by Nelson Gutierrez from Chile where highlighting the impact of (disruptive) information technology and the important role of the Registrar in (future) e-conveyancing.
Following panels, started with Lavinia Figueroa from Guatemala with four speakers, who discussed the personal data outlined in the process of electronic land registration, including the collection, use and limitations of the right of dissemination of personal data and registry data in the European Union.
The second plenary session was about Smart Registration in Sustainable City, headed by Cemile Hecibeyoglue from the World Bank, the panel discussed Land Registration trends in African counties and the World Bank. Day two of the event also hosted a public session titled, “New Trends in Land Registration,” which was headed by Hugo Dolmetsch, President of High Court in Chile.