Considering the importance of registry activity in the real estate legal trade, the increasing role it performs in relation to land and its collective interests, inserted in strategies of stability of the economic and the financial sector, and, in addition, the growing influence of new technologies on the contractual models and on the organization of registration services, the IPRA-CINDER 2020 Conference prepared an agenda aligned with the sustainable development goals as well as with the legal demands from globalization and information society.
International migration movements demand a new look at the globalization of legal relationships regarding the individual and family, to the extent of its consequences to personal status, in contractual relations and, thus, in the land registry; either by virtue of their nationality or due to international connection factors arising from their origin or habitual residence, or even by way of different marriage status, inheritance law or cross-border conveyancing.
The globalization of legal knowledge leads to the development of technological platforms which aim is to improve the communication, the interoperability and the connection of registries and glossaries of semantic and technical equivalence, in order to minimize difficulties raised in the field of Comparative Law.
The themes allow for presentations in National, Regional, Community (European Regulations or Directives) and international conventions (European/bilateral/international) perspectives, depending on the geographical area of the speaker, who may choose a more general and gathering approach on the basis of the legal instruments available in the light of each legal system
In this context, two major themes were drawn up, which will be allocated to the three days of the Congress. In order to encourage the presentations to cover, as far as possible, the various aspects of each theme, some sub-themes are suggested, without, of course, excluding any approach of other issues that fit the themes and that the participant intends to bring and share.