The government of the Bahamas has signed a $2.3 million contract with International Land Systems (ILS) which will see the design, development and installation of a computerised Parcel Information Management System (PIMS). This will ultimately lead to a computer-based land registry where online searches showing the land itself, the owner of the title for the land, and the value of the land will be possible.

Article on The Bahama Journal

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