Do you keep records of your land bank in Excel format? Make changes in electronic documents from paper copies of cadastral lease agreements? How long have you checked the information with the State Registers? Get the Disagreement Protocol from Soft.Farm, which will compare the available information with the data from the Registries!
Information in the State Geocadastre is constantly changing and supplemented, so it is very difficult to keep documentary information up to date. It is almost impossible to cover a large volume of data on your own, since this requires significant labor costs both for loading documents received in government agencies into the system and for finding inconsistencies in them.
Digitalization of the land bank with the assistance of Soft.Farm helps to put in order the maintenance of cadastral records at an agricultural enterprise. You can upload into the system only cadastral plots of your own farm or also those that are within the boundaries of the fields, but are not leased, enter the land of the entire village council or shares of competitors. To create a complete electronic register of contracts, you can use the information that is already in the land department, or using the Soft.Farm web service, get data from the State Land Cadastre.
However, the data from the SLC may not be enough, since they do not contain the expiration dates of the concluded contracts. Therefore we have the opportunity to download extracts from the State Register of Real Rights to Real Estate, the State Register of Mortgages and the Unified Register of Prohibitions on the Alienation of Real Estate Objects. After processing, the received information on land plots is automatically loaded into the system. At the same time, a Protocol of Disagreements is created, which compares the information already entered with the official data from the Registers. The program points out inconsistencies in tenants and landlords, lease terms, NMV, etc.
Information in the system can be supplemented and updated. The completeness, correctness and timeliness of cadastral registration allow more efficient use of potential opportunities, effective planning of the existing land resource base, and also significantly reduce the level of irrational land use.