From the General Secretary of IPRA-CINDER we are in charge of publishing the books with the all the papers presented in the international congresses.
The book with the papers of the congress of Cartagena de Indias will be published soon.
Nowadays, the books availables are:
- Dubai, 2016
- Santiago de Chile, 2014
- Amsterdam, 2012
- Lima, Perú, 2010
- Valencia, España, 2008
If you need any, please send us a mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The IPRA-CINDER electronic magazine is edited by the delegation for South America located in Brazil, specifically the IRIB
Until the eighties, CINDER published a review on law land. Nowadays, it is published in digital format and in English. The Scientific Committee is made up a group of professors from different countries and diverse legal traditions. Reiner Schulze (Germany), Yves Picod (France), Peter Sparkes (England), Sjef Van Erp (The Neetherlands), Pamela O’Connor (Australia), Rod Thomas (New Zeland), Celso Fernandes (Brazil) y Benito Arruñada (Spain), and the lead economist of the World Bank, Klaus Deinninger (Washington) as well.
This first copy is dedicated to blockchain and the possibility of its application to land registry. It is a trending topic in the international area. In this copy, you will find articles of Benito Arruñada, Pamela O’Connor, Luis Gallego, Adriana Jacoto Unger, Flavio S. Correa da Silva, João Marcos M. Barguil, Teófilo Hurtado Navarro, Matt Regan, Jacques Vos, Bruno Rodríguez Rosado.
If you are interested, please follow the link: https://amzn.to/2UIBKqu
The second copy will come out soon.
The second issue of the IPRA-CINDER International Review is now out, following the first issue which addressed the question of applying modern blockchain techniques in property registration.
Now we are looking at the problem of the institutional organization of registries. By this we mean the legislative policy option of whether to place the operation of registries in the public sphere or the private sector, not overlooking the possibility of solutions that lie somewhere between the two extremes.
These subjects were discussed and mulled over at the association’s last congress, in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Our magazine features the contributions of a number of excellent specialists Kye Tran-Tsai, special counsel at Nolan Lawyers (Sydney, Australia); Alasdair Lewis, in his capacity as former Director of Legal Services at Her Majesty’s Land Registry for England and Wales; Jeffrey W. Lem, B.Comm, J.D., LL.M., Director of Titles for the Province of Ontario, Canada and Peter Sparkes, professor of property law, University of Southampton.
You can download the issue in the following link https://amzn.to/2Obw5r8