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This paper first gives a small comparison and description of the characteristics of an average lawyer, followed by an introduction to a Cross border econveyancing project, called Crobeco. The project members gained much practical experience during the project. Next to the practical approach based on ‘the three respects of Crobeco’, the legal meanings and regulations are outlined. In addition, the issues that the project partners met and had to solve are part of this paper.
Respect for existing techniques is one part of the all-embracing respect for existing circumstances. In the Netherlands we found a way to process property deeds fully electronically without loosing responsibilities on either side. This method of processing deeds is part of the Cadastre`s Chain integration program. The main goal of this program is to lower administrative burden, enhance quality of data input into the Cadastre registration system and fasten the process of conveyancing. The acceptance of this program partly depends on the practical interpretation and procedure in order to stimulate progress. Perhaps this approach is helpful because of the characteristics of lawyers.