The article aims to show, from a historical-legal perspective, the need to reread and reinterpret the registry issue. This also implies studying specific situations in the various Ibero-American areas. This contribution focuses on the Argentine and Chilean experiences related to registry issue during the first decades of the twentieth century. These explanations will be guided by the work of the Argentine Ernesto Quesada and a group of Chilean undergraduate theses, assuming a methodological option that is in tune with an approach which privilege the study of sources from the early twentieth century that has received little attention by the scholars of this subject. The conclusion in Quesada’s case is the relevance of technical knowledge and cadaster in registry matters. I turn, for Chile, there is still little reflection on the socio-legal aspects of registry.
|Translated title of the contribution||Towards a reinterpretation of property registration at the beginning of the twentieth century. The contributions of Ernesto Quesada (Argentina) and the memories of future law graduates (Chile)|
|Number of pages||19|
|Journal||Autoctonía.Revista de Ciencias Sociales e Historia|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2022|
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