Havana, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) The establishment of a Registry Council for Latin America stands out among the proposals Cuban specialists attending the 28th Meeting of the Latin American Committee for Consultation Registry will present.
During the last day of debates, Cuban delegates will reveal the possibilities the establishment of that institution, a place for exchanging knowledge, technological development and legal certainty, will grant, Cuban delegate Angel Hurtado said yesterday.
Hurtado, also responsible for the presentation of the issue, told Prensa Latina that regional countries have the need to join, not only from the economic and social viewpoint, but also from the registry sphere.
Property registry maintains an effective control on real estate in possession not only individuals but also legal entities, and regulates the traffic, he stressed.
He added that from the Council, some agreements could be signed to prevent illegal actions through such goods.
The meeting, running at the Havana’s Conference Center, will also discuss on the importance of the registry system in the foreign investment policy Cuba is conducting.