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The Fundamental Principles of Property Titling

Two-day Capacity Building Workshop on
"The Fundamental Principles of Property Titling"
Organised by the Department of Land Resources
With technical assistance from the World Bank
on 19-20 July, 2010 at Jacaranda Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi


Session &
Date, Time
Programme-Topic Resource Person Presentation
Session-1
19th July, 2010
11:30 am
International experience and key principles of title registration: indefeasibility and conclusiveness of title, registrable rights and overriding interests, guarantee and indemnification, strategic approach to improving records/systems Mr. Kelvin Nettle
(Australia)
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Session-2
19th July, 2010
12:30 pm
The experience of Scotland in introducing a title-based registration - the Registration Law of 1979 and lessons learnt (gradual conversion) Mr. John King
(Scotland)
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Session-3
19th July, 2010
2:30 pm
The experience of Thailand in introducing a title-based registration system (systematic conversion) Mrs. Emorn Prasittisook
(Thailand)
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Session-4
19th July, 2010
3:30 pm
The experience of Hong Kong in eveloping a program for conversion of existing deeds-based registration to a title-based system, and current status ('Daylight' conversion approach) Mr. John Davison
(Hong Kong)
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Session-5
19th July, 2010
5:00 pm
Developing a unique property identification system for a title registration system and smart maps Mr. Kelvin Nettle
(Australia)
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Session-6
20th July, 2010
9:30 am
Presentation on the Indian Draft Land Titling Bill, 2010 Mrs. Rita Sinha
Secretary, DoLR
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