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A new website for the Notaries of Europe


The new Notaries of Europe website has been online since Monday 18 January ( It has been entirely redesigned, both in form and content. Accessibility, legibility and clarity were the central ideas which influenced this design. New sections have been created and new functions have been added. The highly simple technical infrastructure will enable citizens to find more easily and more rapidly any information or documents relating to work by the Council of the Notariats of the European Union (CNUE). All information contained on is regularly updated. The information available to citizens is therefore current. The Notaries of Europe Newsletter is also accessible; the user is presented with the option to download it or to sign up to receive it by email.

According to Mr Roberto Barone, President of the CNUE, the objective was for “citizens to have access to a more educational content, enabling them to grasp the challenges of the European construction for the notarial profession. Our website was implemented several years ago, but it needed to develop to respond to the new communication needs of the CNUE. Also, we did not simply review the graphic aspect of our old site. The structure has also been completely redesigned."

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The CNUE in brief:

The Council of the Notariats of the European Union (CNUE) is an official body representing the notarial profession in dealings with European institutions. Speaking for the profession, it expresses the joint decisions of its members to the institutions of the European Union.

The CNUE includes 21 notarial organisations in the European Union. The European notariats are represented in the CNUE by the presidents of the national notariats. The CNUE operates under the authority of a President, the CNUE’s spokesperson, who has tenure for one year.

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