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6th EC-GI and GIS Workshop. Computerisation of County Land Offices in Hungary. Piroska Zalaba project manager Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development Department of Lands and Mapping. Lyon France, 28-30 June 2000. Land registration in Hungary.

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computerisation of county land offices in hungary
6th EC-GI and GIS Workshop

Computerisation of County Land Offices in Hungary

Piroska Zalaba

project manager

Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development

Department of Lands and Mapping

Lyon France, 28-30 June 2000

land registration in hungary
Land registration in Hungary

Since 1972 the Ministry has been responsible for both

  • land property registration and
  • large scale cadastral maps
  • Land Management Sector: overall responsibility
  • land management: registration, valuation, land use and protection
  • large scale cadastral and topographic mapping
  • unified land registry and cadastre
  • infrastructure development: Land Information Systems
  • complex land management
structure of the land management sector
Structure of the land management sector

Total staff over 4800

Annual budget approx. 45 million ECU

(80% by the state, 20% land office income)

main tasks of the land offices
Main tasks of the land offices
  • County Land Office (CLO)

 intermediate management level

- supervisory management of DLOs

(technical support, quality control, budget control)

- specific project activities

  • District Land Office (DLO)

 operational level

- daily maintanenca of registration data sets

- service of registration data

modernisation strategy
Modernisation strategy

for Land Management of MoA (1996)

Strategic objectives of IT development:

1. computerisation of land offices

2. country wide remote acces to land information (legal and geographic)

3. on-line access for registered users

4. electronic communication within the sector

5. development of an integrated client-oriented NLIS

6. renewing and digitising of cadastral and topographic base map series

“The computerisation of land offices”

1990: EU PHARE supported programme

  • modernisation of land registration sector comprehensive modernisation programme to introduce IT systems
  • to establish the infrastructural background - technical assistance - provision of supplies and services
implementation phase a 1994 june 97
Implementation Phase A: 1994 - June 97
  • Complex Decentralised (CDPRS) with PC LANs: creating databases in district land offices (Novell, Dataflex)
  • Property sheet and application registration system for the Capital District Land Office (Unix, Oracle)
  • Mapping system for CDLO (Infocam, Solaris, Oracle)
  • TAKAROS strategy for DLOs and CLOs
implementation phase b july 1997 99
Implementation Phase B: July 1997-99
  • TAKAROS DLO installation of hardware, software and LIS application: computerised procedures (Windows NT, Oracle, MicroStation, MGE)
  • TAKARNET: wide area network for 140 sites - provide integrated network for the sector
  • national access to land registration services via electronic communication media

1999-2002: META (TAKAROS CLO) GIS value added products

complex land information system
Complex Land Information System
  • TAKAROS for DLOs

- integrated management of property sheets and

cadastral maps

- data service for individuals, e.g. citizens, surveyors


- supports the parcel-based information system for IACS

- extends the usage of the network with realising

marketing purposes,

commercial trading of value added information etc.

- MIS for the sector etc.

role of meta strategic aims
Role of META - strategic aims
  • Incresing the reliability and safety of DLO by technical support
  • Promoting the land mortgage system
  • Incresing the income by new products
  • Supporting the local authorities with LO data
  • Supporting national mapping activities by providing digital cadastral maps
  • Supporting EU membership (land use monitoring)
  • Stimulating land market etc.
technical profile of meta
Technical profile of META
  • IT strategy defines META general requirements Technical details in project Technical Specification
  • Structure of functions

 6 functional groups

Structure of technical tools also elaborated

1. Archive sub-system

- core META module

- archiving all land office data in CLOs

functional groups
Functional Groups

2. Back-end data processing

DLO cannot manipulate data under application level

- check e.g. topological errors

- moving data from one DLO to another

3. Producing GI products

- data processing facility at CLOs

- data model independent

functional groups1
Functional Groups

4. Wide-range distribution of data products

- freeware application for GI dat transfer

- promotes communication between diffferent GI systems

5. Internet-based communication

- establishing graphical data services for Internet

- extends the usage of TAKARNET

6. Management Information System

- supporting LO managers

implementation of the project
Implementation of the project

META consists of 12 inter-related sub-projects

National budget: 25% of the total costs

Delay - slow Phare administration -new schedule


Over the past 6 years the development has resulted

  • a strong technical infrastructure
  • to support the implementation of- a modern land management system - an open land registration - an integrated, National Land Information Service
  • to improve efficiency and cost recovery
  • to ensure better data quality and data security
  • to supportland and property market
  • to promote the EU harmonisation process