The Government of Panama has awarded to Eptisa the contract to provide land regularization services in rural areas of the Azuero Peninsula

The services provided will last 10 months and is part of the Property Planning Program carried out by ANATI

November 04 2013

The Government of Panama has developed an action plan in different provinces and districts of the country with the aim to find a solution for the situation of the cadastre and the real property registration. A cadastral survey and land titling will be carried out in order to allow the regularization of the situation of the urban and rural lands, fulfilling one of the historical requirements that the ANATI (National Land Administration Authority) has assumed as priority action since its recent creation.

Eptisa will provide its services including all the necessary activities to carry out the cadastral survey of 40.000 rural hectares in the Azuero Peninsula which includes the Herrera, Los Santos and Veraguas provinces, as well as processing the necessary property records for the registration in the Public Registry.

The result of these works will mean the generation of 4,000 title deeds. With this measure the objectives of the national land policy related to the modernization of the land administration and services will be achieved, ensuring legal security and the improvement of the quality of life of the rural and urban land’s owners.

Thanks to this first contract with the ANATI, Eptisa consolidates its position as one of the leading companies in the country, where started its activity 10 years ago.


 
 The Government of Panama has awarded to Eptisa the contract to provide land regularization services in rural areas of the Azuero Peninsula