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Land registers in EU countries


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The 354 French property registers are independent of each other, and there is no interaction between them.

Moreover, in France there is no Internet portal that allows people to consult these registers.

There are no mortgage registers in the region of Alsace-Moselle, in eastern France. In the three administrative areas that make up this region, the land registration service is achieved through the property book.

The whole procedure for consulting the property book is in the process of being amended because the computerisation process, started 20 years ago, has been completed.

Last update: 13/02/2017

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