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Legal Training Institute and the College of Architects of Peru, presented to lawyers, judges, registrars, architects, realtors and the academic community in general presents the Third National Congress lawyer, and real estate registration will be held on Thursday 17 and Friday, November 18 17:00 – 10:00 and on Saturday, November 19 9:00 to 1:00, in the environment of the College of Architects of Peru (versus channel-2)
Congress has an antecedent in the First and Second Congress held in Lima in 2009 and 2010 respectively, are calculated the same as an outstanding lecturer and distinguished and a large turnout.
This conference discusses the latest trends doctrinal, legal and case law on notary, registration and real estate and important conclusions obtained are then embodied in a book of speeches and the whole development of the event is recorded on DVD.
This time our organization will make every effort to make this Congress brings together specialists of the most important and famous who represent public and private entities, who will share knowledge and views on various issues notary, registration and real estate.
It should be noted that the conference was organized jointly by the College of Architects of Peru and sponsored Academic Management at the Universidad Norbert Wiener and the Lima Bar Association sponsors the institutional, administrative and other important institutions.
Finally, we thank all the speakers, public and private organizations as well as all the participants in the important academic event which will no doubt be one of the best developed to date. It is our commitment to make every effort to meet your expectations too much.
Faced with the drama of eviction, the affected platforms are pressing mortgage and getting to put the problem into the issues to be addressed in the municipal elections on May 22. It is important to require candidates to positions that are clear about how they will protect those affected and report on what they will do to stop the evictions. For example, they could start pressuring the central government to end the legislation allowing the debt remains in force after the eviction of the house.
In Madrid, this problem is clearly far-reaching because it reflects the crisis of a business model that has been the engine of municipal finance in our community. This model is based on housing construction was encouraged by the vast majority of politicians, who have ruled on the basis of land reclassification and development of urban plans. Stopping the construction and sale of land, municipalities no longer enter. The problem is not only unsustainable model that is exhausted, but has produced serious imbalances in the household, and municipal debt.
Therefore, there are two levels of action that should be present in the election debates, but especially in public opinion. On the one hand, stop evictions and propose solutions to household debt. On the other hand, from the municipalities to ensure the right to housing and in-depth discussion on municipal funding models regarding the role that governments must meet in towns and cities, once the housing meltdown has discredited his role as leaders of the same.