22 January 2019
CNUE Annual Report 2017

CNUE Annual Report 2017

CNUE Websites

Notaries of Europe portal

This portal provides a single access point to all the resources the CNUE makes available to citizens and notaries in Europe. Visitors can subscribe to the Notaries of Europe newsletter that is published every two months. The newsletter currently has over 3000 readers.

European Notarial Network (ENN)

The online platform of the European Notarial Network (ENN) has been accessible to the 40 000 notaries of Europe since July 2016. Aside from the possibility to contact their national interlocutors electronically to help with cross-border files, notaries now have many practical tools and resources available to them free of charge. Registration is simple via the website.

Successions Europe website

The “Successions in Europe” website provides information in three languages (English French and the language of the country concerned) on the succession laws of the 22 Member States that have notaries. The website is based on four main themes: anticipating, preparing, inheriting and paying inheritance tax. It is structured around legal questions dealt with using a notarial approach and responding to web users’ specific expectations, with respect to both legal and tax issues. All in all, the ideal tool to consult before going to see your notary!

Couples in Europe website

The Couples in Europe website provides citizens with information on the law on matrimonial property regimes and registered partnerships in all the Member States in 21 languages.

Buying Property in Europe website

Launched in 2015, the “Buying Property in Europe” website provides information in English and French explaining how to buy property in the 22 EU countries with the notarial system. The easy-to-access website is based on specific questions and is intended as a practical tool for consumers, helping them to understand the different stages of a real estate transaction depending on the national law applicable.

The Vulnerable in Europe webiste

The website on « The Vulnerable in Europe” has two sections: one on protective measures for minors, the other for adults. Developed with the European Commission’s support and available in three languages (English, French and German), it provides information on the laws of the 22 EU countries with the notarial system.

European Directory of Notaries

This directory lists the European Union’s 40 000 notaries. It provides their contact details and languages spoken. This service is available in the EU’s 23 languages.