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In the presence of the Assistant Minister of Justice, Mansoura University discusses “the legislative and practical developments in the real estate registration law” at the Faculty of Law

In the presence of the Assistant Minister of Justice, Mansoura University discusses “the legislative and practical developments in the real estate registration law” at the Faculty of Law

On April 24, 2024, the Faculty of Law organized a symposium entitled “Legislative and practical developments in the real estate registration law.” , Under the patronage of Prof. Cherif Khater, President of Mansoura University, and in the presence of Counselor Youssef Al-Koumi, Assistant Minister of Justice for Real Estate Registration and Documentation Affairs, Counselor Mohamed Hashem, the First General Attorney for the North Dakahlia Prosecution Office, present on behalf of Counselor Mohamed Shawki, Attorney General, Prof. Mohamed Abd. Al-Azim, Vice President of the University for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, Prof. Walid El-Shenawy, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Alaa Al-Tamimi, Vice President of the Faculty for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, and Counselor Sameh Ramadan, Member of the Technical Office of the Assistant Minister of Justice, Prof. Tharwat Abdel Hamid, Professor of Civil Law, the former faculty dean, and members of the judicial bodies.

Counselor Youssef Al-Koumi, said that the legislative, technical and human advancement undertaken by the Ministry of Justice is unprecedented in the real estate registration system, as the total number of notarization offices and branches reached 730 offices, all of which are mechanized and provide service to citizens in the most modern and easiest ways, and he stated that these branches are diverse in providing services to citizens. Some of them provide services through post offices, mobile documentation vehicles, or through technology centers or documentation branches of telecommunications companies, and some operate throughout the day from 9 in the morning until 9 in the evening, in order to meet all the needs of citizens.

The Assistant Minister of Justice added that the number of real estate registration missions that register real estate properties and rights is 213 real estate registration missions, all of which have been automated and transferred to the digital system as of 5/7/2022, and the number of registration missions in new urban communities has reached 22 new urban community registration missions in accordance with the law. 27 of 2018.

The Assistant Minister of Justice explained that the Ministry of Justice was not only concerned with developing real estate registration from a technical standpoint and developing headquarters and infrastructure, but was also concerned with developing the system from a legislative standpoint, in accordance with Law No. 9 of 2022 and Law No. 177 of 2022, which brought about a qualitative shift in the real estate system. By facilitating real estate registration procedures in an unprecedented way.

During his meeting, the Assistant Minister reviewed a detailed explanation of real estate registration procedures, and highlighted the challenges that the Ministry of Justice faced during the last period in order to develop the real estate registration system, due to its full belief that registering real estate rights leads to the protection and stability of real estate ownership, and an increase in real estate credit in the country. He explained that the Ministry of Justice has recently made great strides in digital transformation, as the number of electronic services on the Digital Egypt Portal for documentation reached 33 various services, and the number of electronic services on the Digital Egypt Portal for the month was 12 services, all of which are provided to citizens in a simple and cartoon form.

Prof. Walid El-Shenawy stressed the importance of the Ministry of Justice’s services, represented by real estate registration and documentation services, and that the faculty is keen to discuss legislative and practical developments in the real estate registration law to introduce the new law and the facilitations it provides to communities and preserve rights and properties, in addition to developments and mechanization of processes and activities related to real estate registration and documentation.

Prof. Alaa Al-Tamimi pointed out the recent keenness of the Egyptian state, under its wise leadership, to pay exceptional attention to the legislation regulating real estate registration, the real estate registry, and urban communities Law No. 9 of 2022 came to regulate the process of registering real estate ownership, which was one of the most important social problems. The new law did not neglect to facilitate citizens by keeping pace with digital transformation processes and also separated the payment of the real estate transaction tax from registration procedures.

The amendments approved by the new Real Estate Registration Law issued in 2022 raised many questions that were revealed in practical practice. Therefore, the Community Service Sector at the Faculty of Law, Mansoura University, was keen to concentrate on the most important developments witnessed in these issues at the international and national levels and discuss them in accordance with objective scientific standards, in order to raise the level of public awareness of all legal aspects of real estate registration and documentation.

  


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