CNUE: the New Portal Is On-Line



The new portal of the Council of European Union Notariats (CNUE), called  “Notaries of Europe”, is now available on-line. It gathers together on a single site all the Notariat’s initiatives Europe-wide. 

There are areas dedicated to events planned at the level of both the CNUE and the individual notariats, news about institutional activities, the European yearbook that lists the notaries practising in the 21 countries of the European Union, the information site “Succession in Europe” produced by CNUE and the EU Commission, links to ENN – the European Notarial Network and the site of the European Court of Justice and, of course, detailed fact sheets on the role of the notary.

From the home page it is also possible to access CNUE’s videos on “Youtube”, as well as its “Twitter” profile.

CNUE’s portal may be found at these addresses:, and

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