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Cadastre of approvals

Simply better to keep a Cadastre of approvals with CertLex!

Not only does ongoing legal supervision present a challenge for companies, but also compliance with the provisions of official decisions. From building permits and permits under water law to immission control notices, there are often numerous official notices in which companies are also required to comply.

The first challenge is to work through a sometimes decades-long operating history and identify which permits are still valid. These should then be systematised and evaluated with regard to their ancillary provisions – and thus specific operator obligations. All these evaluations and the follow-up of duties must be documented and recorded.

Cadastre of approvals: With the approval module of CertLex you get the ideal addition to your legal cadastre. We support you in setting up and maintaining the permit register by special experts such as environmental experts and experts for licensing procedures and with CertLex you have a practical administrative and organisational platform.

The advantages of an electronic register of authorisations:

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  • Clarity through digitalization.
  • Constant availability and simultaneous processing for employees.
  • Free linkability with your own systems.
  • Complete chain of proof of plants, permits, ancillary provisions and obligations derived therefrom.
  • Support from experts in installation and care.

Do you have questions?

Do you need further information or would you like a direct consultation? Please feel free to contact us.
Florian Riedig
Phone: +49(0)40 3609719-12
E-Mail: riedig@certlex.de
Hans-Ulrich Terme
Phone: +49(0)561 96996-14
E-Mail: terme@certlex.de
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