Santo Domingo.- Supreme Court chief justice Mariano Germán on Friday cut the ribbon on the National District's Registry and Reception System.
"This new system is part of the project to bolster the services provided by the Real Estate Jurisdiction by integrating data and images in a single chronologic database to develop a virtual office where users can request paperwork, the status of files and published documents," German said in a statement.
"This system covers seven phases, beginning with the reception of the procedure, procedure to register and label the documentation, and then proceed to the phases of scanning, digitizing, prequalification, printing and publication, and then culminate with the delivery of the product," said the also president of the Judicial Council.
He said the automated system "has great advantages, is already integrated, online, parameterization, enables traceability, is auditable and multi-procedural; So users can request as much paperwork as they require without having to supply each individual document.
German said through this system, registrars will be practically on line with the user, who will no longer have to visit the title records in person to know the status of their file, and instead "will be able to consult it in a virtual manner, which means saving time and money."
"What the Real Estate Jurisdiction seeks is to fulfill the role that society requires. It was anticipated that the second title registrar to be implemented will be the one for Santo Domingo province."