E-justice and international land conveyancing
Keywords:E-justice, freedom of movement of capital, land registrar, notary, international land conveyancing
This paper explores the obstacles regarding cross-border transactions on immoveable property within the European Union. The existence of obstacles to the exercise of the freedom of movement of capitals, such as travel costs to the country where the property is located and finding a notary there, may even lead the parties not to enter in those contracts. E-justice solutions are being created to solve such situations and this paper reflects if they are enough to overcome the difficulties and rectify current deficiencies. It concludes by examining the tendency of solving the difficulties of international cooperation between non-judicial authorities through e-Justice tools.