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Title deeds to be issued in electronic form

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Title deeds to be issued in electronic form

The country's authorities are going to abandon paper documents confirming property ownership.

In the near future, paper documents will no longer be needed for real estate transactions. The decision to stop using paper media is primarily associated with simplifying the procedure for concluding contracts.

Now the total number of documents on real estate ownership exceeds 200 million copies throughout Turkey. The government intends to completely switch to the electronic format of documents by 2021.

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