Electronic Registration of Deeds Extended

Electronic Registration of Deeds Extended
Electronic Registration of Deeds Extended

Six notary public offices will be equipped with state-of-the-art systems to launch electronic registration of deeds after one office in Tehran piloted the plan, said head of Iran Notaries Association Mohammad Reza Dashti Ardakani.

“We plan to incorporate information and communication technology in six more notary public to achieve e-governance after systematic assessment and modifications are made,” he said quoted by IRNA.

It will be executed across the country according to the bylaw devised by Ahmad Tooyserkani, head of the State Organization for Registration of Deeds and Properties (SORDP), who has sought a comprehensive report on the progress of each piloting office to track the execution process.

Through e-governance, administrative services “will be made convenient, efficient and transparent for the public.” Collecting taxation statistics is among the many tasks of the notary public offices. Reform policies together with global advances in administrative services call for immediate digitization of bureaucratic work. I&C technology is an effective facilitator in delivering government services, exchange of information and communication, integration of various single systems and services, and also between government and its clients and business partners and government-to-government as well as office processes within the entire administrative framework.

“For smooth process of registration of deeds for the general public, value added tax will be collected via pos (point of sale) terminals.”

Highlighting the significance of bilateral collaboration between notary public offices and the Iranian National Tax Administration (INTA), Ardakani stressed that cooperation “between the two will help deliver services and legal tasks in the most efficient way.”