The LRI MS Connection project was presented to the European e-Justice Community at the e-Justice Conference 2019 in Bucharest by Mr. Mathias Maurer, the project manager (Federal Computing Centre).
The European e-Justice community gathered once more at the e-Justice Conference which took place this year in the capital of the current Presidency of the Council of the European Union in Bucharest, Romania. The conference addressed topics like the current e-Evidence developments of the European Commission and several related projects of Member States as well as the latest developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence and impacts it will have on e-Justice.
One panel of the conference was devoted to several e-Justice study cases. Here, the LRI MS Connection project was given the opportunity to present the project (see the slides).
Austria as the project coordinator elaborated on the following aspects:
- The origin: In order to introduce the audience to the origin of the project Austria pointed out the Regulation (EU) No 650/2012 “[…] in matters of succession and on the creation of a European Certificate of Succession”, the feasibility study conducted by the European Commission in 2014 and the several use cases and audiences that interconnected Land Registers will serve.
- The project: For a short overview of the project itself Austria summarised the key facts, project partners, objectives of the project and the key content.
- The solution: To serve the audience’s demand for a deeper insight of the solution the architecture, key functionalities, an exemplary workflow and the available environments of LRI were explained.
- the outlook: As the project partners strive to ensure the sustainability of the project results a follow-up project is planned and was presented at the end of the talk.
The European Commission presented an overview of current and new e-Justice initiatives and by doing so they emphasised the importance of the LRI topic.
The e-Justice Conference 2019 in Bucharest was therefore an excellent opportunity to address the European e-Justice community and not only present the results of the project but also to raise the interest in getting connected to the Land Register Connection at the e-Justice Portal of the European Commission.