Real Property Register and Cadastre
The Real Property Register and Cadastre contains data of all real property objects registered in Lithuania. Information of the Register and Cadastre includes cadastral data and maps, ownership and its history, property restrictions, etc. Data in the Register and Cadastre is public including cadastral maps and most of the archive documents containing cadastral files and copies of transaction documents.
Services of individual property valuation and cadastral surveys are also available for individual and corporate clients.
Market research and property valuation unit provides to the clients statistical data on real property market. The database of the unit contains actual data on all real property transactions made since 1998. Under the order of the Government, Market research and property valuation unit also performs yearly mass valuation of all properties in Lithuania. An average market value of land and buildings estimated in the course of mass valuation is used for various State economic needs, including calculation of the property tax, and is publicly available free of charge.
The State Enterprise Centre of Registers keeps the Mortgage Register of the Republic of Lithuania. The main purpose is to register and manage contractual and legal mortgage and mortgage transactions.
Register of Property Seizure Acts
The information about property seizure acts is recorded, systemised, stored, used and distributed by the Register of Property Seizure Acts. Courts, judges, bailiffs, prosecutors, officers of the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board, and other state institutions and officers empowered to seize property on the grounds and according to the procedure established by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania provide data for the Register of Property Seizure Acts. The Register of Property Seizure Acts is a public register.
Cash Restrictions Information system
The CRIS is an automatically operating information system, which enables any institution holding the right to forced recovery (hereinafter referred to as the Providers of Orders) to place orders to credit institutions to write off cash and impose restrictions in a uniform approach. The system ensures the sequence of write-offs in accordance with the priority to satisfy the claims and distributes the debtor’s funds proportionally to the institutions holding the right to forced recovery. The system allows controlling the processes related to debtor’s cash restrictions and/or write-offs and ensures effective data exchange among those participating in the cash restrictions process. Institutions holding the right to forced recovery promptly receive information about the execution of their submitted claims.