The Inter-American American Network on Cadastre and Property Registry is an initiative of the countries of the Americas supported by the Organization of American States (OAS) as its Technical Secretariat, the World Bank (WB), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The Network was created as a mechanism for systematic horizontal technical cooperation through which exchanges are promoted, multiplied, strengthen, and streamlined, in order to develop, disseminate and implement best practices of cadastre and property registry in the Americas. The Networks aims at supporting institutional and policy development in these two areas of public administration.


The is composed of the national government agencies with the technical, regulatory, and institutional State responsibility of cadastre and property registry of OAS Member States. The countries are represented by the Authorities or Directors of the respective cadastre and property registry national institutions.

Its objective is to promote and maintain spaces for reflection, mutual understanding, horizontal technical cooperation, training and exchange of experiences among agencies of Cadastre and Land Registry in the Americas with the purpose of contributing to the advancement of cadastral and registration systems and policies.

The Network is chaired by a member country, accompanied by an Executive Committee and a Technical Secretariat. The committee consists of one representative of each of the 5 sub-regions (North and Central America, Caribbean, Andean region and Mercosur. The Technical Secretariat is carried out by the OAS. Meet the authorities of the Network for the period 2015-2016: link

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