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03/07/2017 La Lettre Conseils des notaires : Grand Ouest, le littoral à la cote !

De deauville à saint-Jean-de-luz, la lettre Conseils des notaires fait un tour d'horizon des différentes résidences secondaires et de leurs atouts.

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29/06/2017 Conseil du coin : rencontrez un notaire au café le 1er juillet !

Besoin d'un conseil de notaire ? Le samedi 1er juillet, les notaires du Conseil du Coin vous donnent rendez-vous dans plusieurs cafés en France.

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27/06/2017 Rapport annuel 2016

Des conseils et des actes : le Rapport du notariat 2016

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23/06/2017 10 ans de la coopération notariale franco-roumaine

Ce vendredi 23 Juin, l’Union nationale des notaires publics de Roumanie et le Conseil Supérieur du Notariat organisaient à Annecy une conférence évènement pour célébrer les 10 ans de la coopération notariale franco-roumaine.

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21/06/2017 Faites bon usage des parties communes en copropriété

La lettre des notaires de France consacre son numéro de juin aux parties communes dans les copropriétés.

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14/06/2017 La Lettre Conseils des notaires : Famille et patrimoine

Un panorama des promesses de campagne du candidat Emmanuel Macron est dressé dans La lettre Conseils des notaires de juin 2017.

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07/06/2017 Comment anticiper sa dépendance ?

Chaque mardi, le quotidien Le Parisien | Aujourd'hui en France vous propose l'avis du notaire : "LE NOTAIRE VOUS REPOND".

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02/06/2017 Conseil du coin : rencontrez un notaire au café le 3 juin !

Besoin d'un conseil de notaire ? Le samedi 3 juin, les notaires du Conseil du Coin vous donnent rendez-vous dans plusieurs cafés en France.

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30/05/2017 Succession ou donation ?

Chaque mardi, le quotidien Le Parisien | Aujourd'hui en France vous propose l'avis du notaire : "LE NOTAIRE VOUS REPOND".

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24/05/2017 Tout ce qui est à toi est à moi : le régime de la communauté universelle

La lettre des notaires de France consacre son numéro de mai à la communauté universelle.

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Guides

Buying property Guide

Buying property is often akin ti clearing an obstacle course.What precautions should I take?

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Selling property Guide

What documents should I provide?As soon I reach an agreement with the buyer, I give the notary documents pertaining to my personal situation...

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Estate settlement

One of your relatives has just died.Who inherits? In what proportion? At what cost? You notary is at your service to help you and assist you in any formalities required to seettle the estate...

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Pratice Areas of the Notaire

Role and Pratice Areas of the Notary

A Notaire is a legal specialist with a public authority mission who draws up authenticated contracts on behalf of his clients. He is self-employed.

  • Notaire - a public o­fficer 

A Notaire is a public officer who operates in every area of law including family, property inheritance, asset, company law, countryside law, local authorities, etc.

He acts on behalf of the State and is appointed by the Minister of Justice, and the fact that an instrument is drawn up by a Notaire is a guarantee of its legality and authenticity. All this means that the Notaires are vested with prerogatives of official authority which they receive from the State.
Under the terms of Article 1 of the Order dated 2 November 1945 regarding the status of Notaires, "Notaires are public officers authorised to record any instrument or contract the parties to which are obliged, or may wish, to invest with the type of authenticity associated with public authority instruments".

  • Notaire - a professional for authenticating instruments

The Notaire is empowered to authenticate instruments by affixing his seal and signature. By so doing he officially witnesses the wishes expressed by the signatories and gives hispersonal guarantee regarding the content and date of the instrument. Such instruments then have the legal status of a final judgment. As such, the Notaire is an amicable judge and dispensers of out-of-court justice.

  • Notaire - a self-employed professional

Although he has a public authority, the Notaire operates on a self-employed basis and is responsible for his own office, thereby providing a modern type of public service that costs nothing to the State. He isa self-employed professional who is paid by his clients (and not the taxpayers) on the basis of a rate fixed by the State for the services he provides.
See the page dedicated to the notaire's fee.

  • Notaire - a professional present throughout the country

The Notaire is present throughout the country according to a zoning system worked out by the Minister of Justice to best serve the needs of the population. The Notaire is therefore able to provide a locally-accessible public service focused on legal matters. His office is not subject to "numerus clausus" restrictions which would limit the number of notaires operating at any one time. Instead they are subject to a zoning system which ensures in order to cater to the needs of the population in any given area.
Consult the last figures of the profession.

The location of Civil Law Notary offices is reviewed on an ongoing basis under the supervision of the Central Administration of the Ministry of Justice, known as the chancellerie.

This location review has three objectives:

  • to maintain a locally-accessible public service focused on legal matters,
  • to take account of geographical and population change,
  • to oversee the financial conditions under which the profession is carried out with a view to ensuring quality of service.