Real Estate Registers
- Buying an apartment in Israel
- Taboo - Land Registry
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If you look at the wording of the “tabu,” you will notice that the name ‘Real Estate Register’ is at the top of the terminology.
This is a relic from the Ottoman period; Then, the transactions were recorded in thick and large books.
Although some can still be seen at the land registry office, the old Turkish registers are no longer relevant.
During the Mandate, the British recorded the transactions in new books, and then the ‘Registers of Deeds’ and the ‘Registers of Rights’ were added.
The latest register is also the basis for Israeli law’s ‘shared house registers.’
Today these registers have been converted into computer files at the Land Registry offices.
Real estate registers can be seen as a type of real estate classification, not by their value but by their location.