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State Enterprise Centre of Registers


By Decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania made on 15 November 2017, the rights of the owner of the State Enterprise Centre of Registers were transferred to the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania. So far, the Centre of Registers has been under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania.
 
Board of the Centre of Registers consists of following persons: Egidijus Vaišvilas, Expert in Finance and Banking (the Chairman of the new Board), Darius Kuliešius, Chief Advisor to the Ministry of Transport and Communications, Ina Bielskė, Expert in Customer Service and Sales Management, and Ingrida Miknevičienė, a representative of the Centre of Registers employees.

On 26 June 2018, the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, appointed Mr Saulius Urbanavičius as the Director General of the State Enterprise Centre of Registers.

General Information
 
The State Enterprise Centre of Registers is a public entity of limited civil liability incorporated by the Government on the basis of the State-owned property on 8 July 1997.

The primary function of the Centre of Registers is the administration of five main state registers, such as Real Property Register and Cadastre, the Register of Legal Entities, the Address Register, the Population Register and the Mortgage Register.

In fact, the Centre of Registers acts as a centre of excellence of the Lithuania's public sector in creating and developing register-data-based systems. The Enterprise also runs its own certification authority - the Certification Centre of the Centre of Registers.
 


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