Land registry updating registered owners
Advantages of the Torrens system were seen in Russia almost immediately after its occurrence , but scrapped the Russian legal system for the overthrow of the Provisional Government and the dispersal of the Constituent Assembly did all ideas Russian imperial jurists consigned to history.
Now operating the system of accounting and registration of rights to immovable property in Russia can not be called a complete system or Torrens cadastral system, although some of its elements and principles correspond to the Torrens title.
Both laws established openness cadastre and registry information, and assigned to a single organization responsible for their management - Rosreestr .
Entry in the Unified State Register of real property rights is a necessary and sufficient condition for the emergence of property rights to real estate.
No certificates or guarantees of title are issued: the registry merely endeavours to provide information concerning the deeds lodged against a certain property — and, crucially, the order in which they were lodged — such as the last named owner or the latest mortgage to be lodged.
Both registries are managed by the Property Registration Authority and have offices in Dublin, Waterford and in Roscommon.
While the record was not open to the public, the index could be inspected by anyone, today the index and folios can be viewed by anyone with an administration charge.
The last order was made in 1990, so now virtually all transactions in land result in compulsory registration.
One difference is land changing ownership after death, where land is gifted rather than sold; these became compulsorily registrable only in April 1998.
In common law countries, particularly in jurisdictions in the Commonwealth of Nations, when replacing the deeds registration system, title registrations are broadly classified into two basic types: the Torrens title system and the English system, a modified version of the Torrens system.
The Hong Kong Land Registry administers the Land Registration Ordinance and provides facilities for search of the Land Register and related records by the public and government departments.