Helping notaries faced with cross-border questions
Do you deal with successions, the incorporation of companies or marriage contracts containing a cross-border element within the European Union?
Do you want information on the application and transposition of European legislation in your country?
With the European Union’s support, the European Notarial Network (ENN) provides you free of charge with an effective network of interlocutors, practical tools and many online resources.Log in to know more No account yet? Create one if you are a notary. It’s for free!
ENN Online Seminar - Protection of Vulnerable Adults in Europe – 17 November 2021
This seminar will be an excellent opportunity for notaries to learn from key speakers from different EU countries who will share their experience and provide different perspectives on the issue. Notaries from the 22 Latin law countries of the EU are therefore invited to take part in the discussion and reflection on the legal tools to ensure the highest level of protection for vulnerable adults.
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Free online resources for your foreign language training
The European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) provides a handbook, which is a compilation of the most relevant training materials used in EJTN courses on judicial cooperation in civil matters. Definitions, exercises and real-life case reviews make this handbook an invaluable practical resource:
The Academy of European Law provides an online training course “Legal English for Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters”:
Finally, on the European Commission's e-justice portal, you can find a linguistic manual “English for Mediation in Cross-Border Civil and Commercial Matters”. It is developed by Prof Eva Samaniego Fernández, including language exercises on legal terminology:
ENN Seminar – Digital identity in the notarial practice – 1st October 2021, Lisbon
This event, which was supposed to take place under the Portuguese Presidency of the European Council and was postponed due to the covid-19 pandemic, will be an excellent opportunity for notaries from the 22 Member States to learn from different experiences and to contribute to the ongoing reflections on a European digital identity.
Agenda and registration to follow the event online: