The European Notarial Network (ENN) is a tool for notaries facing practical questions with a cross-border element. It covers the 22 EU Member States that have civil law notaries. A contact point is available to help notaries in each of these 22 countries.
Are you dealing with a cross-border matter? A succession, a company’s incorporation or a marriage contract with a cross-border element in the EU? Do you need information on the application and transposition of EU legislation in your country? Your ENN interlocutor is here to support you.
The ENN’s new IT infrastructure is now operational.
As a "one-stop platform", the ENN IT Infrastructure will enable notaries in Europe to:
Seminar – Migration and Succession in Europe – 25 October 2018, Brussels - 25.10.2018
The Italian Notariat Foundation is holding the closing seminar of its GoInEU programme (“Governing inheritance statutes after the entry into force of EU succession regulation”) on 25 October. The theme of the event will be “Migration and succession in Europe: the question of foreign law”. On this occasion, academics, practitioners and notaries from across Europe will speak.
Venue: Espace Banca Monte Paschi Belgio, Avenue d’Auderghem 22-28, 1040 Belgium
The seminar will be held in French without interpretation.
To register, please contact Ms Claudia Offidani of the Italian Notariat Foundation: +39 06/36209408 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on the GoInEU programme: www.goineu.eu
Conference – “Cross-border mediation: the practical approach of notaries”– 9 October 2018, Brussels - 09.10.2018
With the support of the European Commission, the CNUE has been working throughout 2018 to implement the programme “Mediation for Notaries – Notaries for Mediation”. In order to better understand the practice of mediation by notaries in the handling of cross-border cases, five workshops were organised in five different countries. These efforts will eventually enable the creation of a common framework for the practice of notarial mediation in Europe. A closing conference will present the results obtained and, above all, the practical tools developed together: creation of a practical guide, creation of a network of notary-mediators, etc.Show more
The European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) has been developed to facilitate the correct and unequivocal citation of judgments from European and national courts. A set of uniform metadata will help to improve search facilities for case law.