Havana, Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) The transformations of properties and its implication in the existing inscriptions stand out today in the agenda of the 28th Meeting of the Latin American Committee for Consultation Registry.
More than 100 delegates from Latin America, Spain and the United States will expose here their experiences in this sphere, and foster the registry function of citizen rights.
Cuba, venue for the first time of the event, will reveal the actions to carry out to improve such services as of the computerization of the society and procedures the population develops for the transfer of goods.
Cuban Justice Minister Maria Esther Reus stated that the meeting represents a space for exchange and motivation for the island’s registrars, who are developing a wide labor in improving the registry system.
Cuba has 167 offices that perform state registration, object now of a restructuring program.
The Latin American Committee for Consultation Registry was opened in Argentina on November 6, 1986.