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“Notaries of Europe”: on line the twelfth issue

15/10/2011

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The twelfth issue of “Notaries of Europe”, the two-monthly newsletter by CNUE (The Council of the Notariats of the European Union), has been published. 

 

The issue can be downloaded also from the CNUE website, on which back numbers are available as well.

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During this health and economic emergency, Europe’s 45,000 notaries are personally and collectively committed to playing their full role in the community effort to overcome the pandemic and to mitigate as far as possible the significant personal losses that are and will be suffered by large numbers of citizens

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