Gov’t moves ahead with digitization of state property


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The Greek Ministry of Finance announced that it will begin recording public property as well as start inspections on encroached areas. For this purpose the government has decided to proceed with the digitization of all state property. In such a framework, a consultant will be sought who is going to also assess it through automatic calculation of objective values, whereby a fine is going to be automatically implemented upon those who trample on state property.

The competition, scheduled to be held on October 12, 2011, is set to record more than 90.000 public properties in detail, amounting to some 3.500.000 acres of land. After the results are massed, the map of the country’s territory is to be posted on the web.
Individuals that are caught within state property are going to be obligated to pay compensation that is to be automatically confirmed for the user via the Greek Taxis (tax) system.
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