Public Private Partnership in Lithuania

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Topics. History in briefLand administration institutional frameworkLegal frameworkPPP today PPP obstaclesPPP prospectives. Lithuania in figures. 65 000 km2 area3,6 mln. population10 counties60 municipalitiesCapital City

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1. Public Private Partnership in Lithuania Vaidotas Sankalas, LAS President Rimantas Ramanauskas, SECR First Deputy Director

2. Topics History in brief Land administration institutional framework Legal framework PPP today PPP obstacles PPP prospectives

3. Lithuania in figures 65 000 km2 area 3,6 mln. population 10 counties 60 municipalities Capital City – Vilnius (600 th. people) 5 big cities (150 – 350 th. people) Agriculture land 40 000 km2 Urban land 3 000 km2 Forest land 19 000 km2 Water cover 3 000 km2

4. History in brief Land property management in Lithuania

5. History of Land administration in brief Middle of XVI century. ˇygimantas Augustas. Statute of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Land Book. first land reform first land cadastre 1863. Abolishment of serf age reform of landed property (lords’ land) beginning of individual farming 1905. Stolypin’s land reform in Russian empire beginning of free land market local community has got a right to distribute land 1918. Independent Lithuanian state broad land reform systematic land cadastre 1940. Soviet occupation land nationalization cadastre of collective farms (kolkhozes) 1991. Restoration of independence land ownership restitution and privatization building of real property cadastre and register

6. Land administration institutional framework Lithuania

7. LA Institutional Framework (1) National land service County administrations Municipalities Surveyors (private and public) State Enterprise Centre of Registers Central Mortgage Office Notaries

8. LA Institutional Framework (2)

10. Core of Land Administration

12. Lithuanian real property cadastre and register Unified Property objects and rights in single organization and single system Land and constructions (houses, apartments, premises, utilities, roads, railways, etc.) in single system Value information is in the same single system State and private properties are treated equally Centralized Central data bank for the whole country Legal status has data only in central data bank Digital Cadastre and legal data (graphical and descriptive) covers whole country Legal force has only digital data (extracts of databases) Data services available on-line (e-services), e-transactions in process Multipurpose Property guaranty, taxation, valuation, market service Self financed Full cost recovery from fees of the clients Exception Separate register for mortgages still exist (proposed by Norwegian experts)

13. National basic registers State enterprise Centre of Registers Multiple national basic registers in single organization Real property cadastre Real property register Address register Legal entities register Exception Population register maintained in MoI

14. Association of Surveyors Lithuania

15. Main activities Private public relations Annual conference, summit and professional seminars International relations

16. Members by profession Geodesy 40% Land management 20% Land reclamation 10% Civil engineering 10% Cartography 5% Others 15%

17. Members One-man-shop companies 30% Private companies 19% State owned companies 35% Government organizations 14% Educational institutions 2%

18. Legal framework

19. Basic laws concerning real property Constitution (main law) Civil code Law on land Law on restitution of real property rights

20. Laws on real property formation Law on land reform; Law on territorial planning Law on housing Law on land consolidation (in the adoption process)

21. Laws on property use restrictions Law on environmental protection Law on protected areas Forestry law Law on water Law on entrails of the earth

22. Laws on real estate taxation & valuation Law on land tax Law on the Tax on the Immovable Property of Enterprises and Organizations Law on taxation of inherited or granted property Law on basics of real property and business valuation

23. Laws on property & property rights guarantees Law on real property register Law on real property cadastre Law on mortgage Law on the notary office

24. Regulations on surveying and mapping Law on Geodesy and Mapping Government regulation on licensing of geodetical, topographical and cartographical activities Licenses are issued by NLS under MoA Government regulation on qualification permits to carry-out land reform works (territorial planning) Permissions are issued by NLS under MoA

25. Licensing Cadastral surveys and land planning

26. Licensing Licenses are issued to companies not to individuals Qualification Permits are issued to individuals

27. What is licensed? Geodetic works Networks Gravimetric measurements Cadastral surveys of real property objects (land and buildings) Setting out and control of construction objects Topographical and cartographical activities Aerial surveying and topographical mapping Mapping of utility networks Creation of Base map databases (GDB) Navigational charting

28. PPP today Lithuania

29. Private sector capacities Companies 200 small size surveying companies (1 – 5 surveyors) 10 middle size companies (5 – 20 surveyors) 5 companies more then 20 surveyors Equipment 150 total stations 40 GPS Almost all computerized

30. Market activities of private sector Engineering surveys Topographical surveys Cadastral surveys Others (agriculture, etc…)

31. Public sector capacities Civil servants (1200) State owned companies State land survey institute (500) State enterprise Center of registers Registrars (500) Surveyors (600) Valuators (70)

32. PPP Public sector Detail planning Land reform projects Land cadastral surveys Buildings cadastral surveys Property registration Mortgage registration Mass valuation Individual valuation Topographical surveys Base mapping Private sector Detail planning Land reform projects Land cadastral surveys Buildings cadastral surveys Property registration Mortgage registration Mass valuation Individual valuation Topographical surveys Base mapping

35. Example of building's cadastre plan

37. PPP obstacles Lithuania

38. PPP obstacles Legal Not defined responsibility of private surveyors Not defined relations between sectors Institutional Unwillingness to cooperate Not defined data exchange and data use procedures Weak administrative capacities Cultural Society’s distrust

39. PPP prospective Lithuania

40. PPP prospective Introduce the Law on surveyor? How better to serve society? Shift to one sector responsibility? Sate monopoly, chamber of surveyors? Clear distribution of responsibilities between sectors? Price regulation?

41. Thank you for your attention Questions and comments are welcome

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