Latvia's estate and land data to be freely accessible as of next year

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The State Land Service has received additional funding to make data of four different registries available free of charge as of next year, Latvian Radio reported December 13. 

Vita Narnicka, Director-General of the State Land Service, said that a major step has been taken towards a more open and digitally accessible public administration and that the data opening will benefit everyone.

Residents and businesses will be able to easily and freely access data on real estate, land units, buildings, administrative areas, addresses, and other data.

“For example, address details – we have encountered situations where addresses are absent in a supply chain because so far we simply had to pay for these data. No need to pay now. I hope that all global platforms will quickly take it up and start using it, as well as small Latvian businesses will certainly be relieved,” said Narnicka.

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