The EULIS country & land registry profiles provide useful background information about each country’s system, including the scale and depth of register information available, help guides and contact details.
These countries offer the means to access EULIS and select registers in other connected countries. To gain direct access to the land registers you must have an account with the land registry in your country.
|Austria||Bundesministerium für Justiz|
|Ireland||Property Registration Authority|
|Lithuania||Valstybės įmonė Registrų centras (State Enterprise Centre of Registers, Lithuania)|
|Spain||Colegio de Registradores de la Propiedad, Mercantiles y de Bienes Muebles de España.|
|Czech Republic||ISKN - Český úřad zeměměřický a katastrální|
|England and Wales||HM Land Registry -------------------------- last updated September 2016|
|Estonia||Kinnistusraamat (Land Register)|
|Georgia||National Agency of Public Registry Ministry of Justice of Georgia|
|Hungary||Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Land Administration|
|Kosovo||Kosovo cadastral Land Information System - KCLIS|
|Macedonia||Agency for Real Estate Cadastre , Republic of Macedonia|
|Malta||Land Registry Malta|
|Moldova||State Enterprise Cadastre|
|Poland||Ogólnopolskie Stowarzyszenie Referendarzy Sądowych / National Association of Judicial Officers|
|Romania||National Agency for Cadastre and Land Registration of Romania (ANCPI)|
|Scotland||Registers of Scotland|
|Slovenia||The Land Registry (Zemljiska knjiga)|
|Latvia||State Land Service (provided system is called: National Real Estate Cadastre Information System).|
|Slovak Republic||Úrad geodézie, kartografie a katastra Slovenskej republiky|
Pending countries are at various stages, working towards connection to the EULIS service. You can find more details on the organisations in their country profiles.
The beauty of Europe is that each country is different; economically, politically, socially. At EULIS we understand this fact and the impact it has on the ability to connect to EULIS immediately.
We discuss the requirements of EULIS with each interested land registry and attempt to help in the preparations for the the organisation to join. We welcome cooperation at all levels but encourage the land registry organisations to work towards full connection. The countries who technically cannot connect, but who would like to in the future, are welcomed by EULIS to feature on our website and keep up-to-date with developments, so cooperation can begin.
For our customers, we understand that the best service would be one where the full range of countries’ registers were on offer. This is our ultimate aim; to achieve full European coverage for the service.