Torrens Title and Electronic Registration

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  • Topic: Torrens title, Land registration, Deeds registration
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  • Published : September 10, 2011
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Conceptual Framework

Review of Related Literatures and Study

The new system that the researchers are to develop is linked with the current enrollment system of the colegio. The new system will be developed not to ameliorate the enrollment process itself, but to add subsystem into it to be able to sort and accumulate important data separately in relation to the RSOs present in the colegio. Thus, in creating new system that will be united to current enrollment system, the researchers have to understand the automated enrollment system.

order to make the Introduction elaborately, take the following steps: 1. Identify the general topic of the sources under discussion. Thus, you will provide the context of your review of related literature; 2. Discuss what was already presented about the topic of your paper: conflicts in a theory, conclusions, gaps in research and scholarship, etc. 3. Explain why the literature used is worth reviewing.

The use of technology to automate the registration process within the Torrens system and its impact on fraud : an analysis Low, Rouhshi (2008) The use of technology to automate the registration process within the Torrens system and its impact on fraud : an analysis. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology. | Rouhshi Low Thesis (PDF 2020Kb)|

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Abstract
Improvements in technology and the Internet have seen a rapid rise in the use of technology in various sectors such as medicine, the courts and banking. The conveyancing sector is also experiencing a similar revolution, with technology touted as able to improve the effectiveness of the land registration process. In some jurisdictions, such as New Zealand and Canada, the paper-based land registration system has been replaced with one in which creation, preparation, and lodgement of land title instruments are managed in a wholly electronic environment. In Australia, proposals...
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