DLRS Overview

Digital Land Registry System

A GIS (Geographic Information System) integrated core environment through Cloud Computing technology that combines testing, video, 2D & 3D mapping, search, email, embedded browser, parcel development, geospatial database and modularized applications. We provide the world's only self contained Business Intelligence that can mix and match multiple technologies for optimal processing and management of land registry information and applications.

Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing forms the core logic how information is efficiently managed with optimum performance within a cloud computing environment.

The proposed digital land registry information system is an integrated 3D business intelligence environment with real-time capability for processing dynamic events and data. This is based on open source graphical technology by NASA World Wind with over 10 million users worldwide and cloud computing technology from Sun Microsystem.

Real Estate Cadastre

What is the real estate cadastre?

The real estate (land parcels and buildings) is documented, presented and described nationally in the real estate cadastre as the public register managed by the surveying and cadastral authorities.

The real estate cadastre has three basic purposes:

• It provides the basic data for the geospatial data infrastructure (GDI) in Philippines. The geospatial data infrastructure in is a joint project of the national government and local authorities in the Province of Zambales.
A cross-Province and shared resources networking of geospatial data in Zambales should be achieved with the establishment of GDI in order to ensure that geospatial data are used increasingly in the future in decision processes within public administration, the economy and politics.
• It is the official register of the land plots for proof of ownership in the land register. The position of the freehold property is presented and described in the form land parcels. If needed, the boundaries of the land parcels can be shown locally with legal effect. The real estate cadastre also documents the results of the official ground evaluation (classic main function).
• It performs the basic function for other areas. It should meet the requirements of legal relations, the administration and the economy and, in particular, take appropriate account of the needs of the State planning, the development planning, real estate regulations, the determination of land plot values and environmental and nature protection.

The real estate cadastre – the essential parts
The essential parts of the real estate cadastre are currently documented
• in the real estate book, the descriptive textual part
• in the real estate map, the presentation, graphical part.
The documents for the surveying are also an essential part of the real estate cadastre. The essential parts are becoming increasingly available in digital form.

Real Estate Book

What is the Real Estate Book?

The real estate book together with the real estate map is essential parts of the real estate cadastre. It is made available as part of the guarantee of ownership from the Philippine Constitution and of the Provincial provision of public utilities.
What does the real estate book look like?
The real estate book is managed in digital form. As the descriptive part of the real estate cadastre, it basically contains information about:

• the individual land parcels, such as land parcel designation, area and position designation,
• the results of the ground evaluation,
• the utilisation types,
• the stipulations governed by public law about the ground areas, such as information about public easements or nature conservation areas and
• the owners of the plots of land formed from the land parcels or holders of rights to the same, and
• other data related to land parcels.

The data structure and data content are largely coordinated nationally in all Provincial regions in the Philippines. The respective surveying and cadastral authorities of the Philippine government are pleased to give information about specific regulations.
Who can use the real estate book ?

Extracts from the real estate book are needed for diverse purposes in various planning areas, in the economy and for judicature. They are usually the basis for the creation of statistics, collection of fees by the supply utilities and waste disposal companies. They are particularly needed for land plot usage or for the plot certificate.
Owners, authorities and other interested parties who demonstrate a justified interest can obtain extracts and information from the real estate book.

The extracts are available in different forms. They are delivered in digital form

• in standard extracts,
• in extracts of the information for the region,
• in search directories and
• in reports as selection according to various criteria.

In special cases, the responsible surveying and cadastral authorities can issue further information here.
Where can the real estate book be obtained ?

Extracts from the real estate book can be obtained from the responsible surveying and cadastral authorities of the Province under the purview of NAMRIA.

Real estate map

What is the real estate map ?

The real estate map together with the real estate book is essential part of the real estate cadastre. It is made available as part of the guarantee of ownership.

What does the real estate map look like?

The real estate map was originally created and also managed in analogue form. It basically contains the

• of the individual land parcels with their boundaries,
• of the buildings,
• of the types of utilization and their limits, and
• the topographic objects and the results of the ground evaluation.

In order to adapt the real estate map to the state of the art, the surveying and cadastral authorities have been working intensively for some years on the modernization and conversion of the maps into a digital document.

Who can use the real estate map?

Extracts from the real estate map are needed for diverse purposes in various planning areas, in the economy and for judicature. They are usually the basis for the creation of development plans by towns and local authorities or for the realization of construction actions; however, they are also particularly needed for land plot usage or for the plot certificate.
Owners, authorities and other interested parties who demonstrate a justified interest can obtain extracts and information from the real estate map.

The extracts are available in different forms:

• as an extract on paper or on transparent film,
• as microfilm (in some Federal States) or
• as digital extract, object-structures via a standardized interface depending on processing state

In special cases, the responsible surveying and cadastral authorities can issue further information here.

Where can the real estate map be obtained´?

The real estate map can be obtained from the responsible surveying and cadastral authorities of NAMRIA.

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