CADASTRAL SYSTEM ABROAD
Cadastre - in Hungary
The Hungarian Land Cadastre was created in 1971 and was the first institution in Europe to include a land register and a cadastral register. Initially, they were separate organizations, the cadastre was a part of the state administration system, and the land registry was a part of the legal system. By 1981, these 2 organizations began to operate as a single entity under the name of the Unified Land Registry System.
Due to the merger of the two divisions, the functions of the Hungarian Land Registry have been expanded and it now includes the registration of any type of lease or rental of land, the registration of agricultural land, in addition to the database of agricultural land and immovable property. , is also engaged in digital and analog mapping of land plots, control of agricultural works