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Cadastre-Land Registry coordination in Spain: Application of Law 13/2015 and its effects (preprint; meeting article, in English)

Posted by Carmen Femenia-Ribera en 16 abril, 2018

English version of the article showed in the previous post (in Spanish). This article was presented on 5th December 2017 in Cartagena (Colombia) in the Annual Conference and Meeting of FIG Commission 7 (Cadastre) and 9 (Valuation), of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG). Event website (in English and Spanish): http://fig717.net

Here open access full-text:


Ever since the Cadastre and Land Registry have existed in Spain, they have been completely separate organisations with very different objectives, which influence the real-estate reality. Their coordination is essential to better identify buildings and to more suitably render services to citizens and Administrations. To this end, Law 13/2015 was passed in 2015 for this desirable and pressing Cadastre-Land Registry coordination to come about. This law came into force on 1 November 2015, and coincided with the development of the technical aspects of the graphical information exchange among the Cadastre, Land Registries and Notaries. Several ministries and different organisations, like the Cadastre personnel, jurists, technicians, and even citizens, are implied in this law. Among the technical aspects, georeferenced graphical representations and GML exchange files adapted to the European INSPIRE directives stand out. Such technical aspects are a genuine revolution as they were transferred to the legal world. After more than 2 years after its application, it is still in its initial and adaptation stages because it is a long-standing law that allows land registry units-cadastral parcels to be coordinated while they are incorporated into real-estate trade.

Subject Areas:

Cadastre; land registry; notary; cartography; geomatic; coordination; GML; land surveyors

Article in Spanish published in Mapping magazine:

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