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The Notary is considered a guarantor of the rule of law or an impartial arbiter of the contracts it receives and which he is the moral and legal, in that its mission is to authenticate, by means of acts of the state budget unassailable
-by levies from registration fees, taxes and fees
- And prevent the issue at the trial that follows, avoiding the congestion in the courts and participants, therefore, the moral of contractual relations.
From a socio-economically, it is an important partner and ally of the family and the company.
Indeed, his role is threefold:
1 - Advisory role: Beyond the role of conveyancing, the Notary may be legal counsel on several issues, private law, real estate, business law, corporate law, private international law and also on tax and wealth management. It also aims to inform the parties impartially, on the scope of the commitments they make.
2 - The role of prevention and safety: because of the drafting of legal acts, the Notary is able to prevent disputes between the parties. He watches over the documents and public documents and performs the various tax and legal formalities necessary for the perfection of contracts under the legislation. The aim is for the parties to get free from any irregularities vis-à-vis the law.
3 - Role of Conciliation and Mediation: faced with a disagreement between the parties, the notary is best placed to find solutions and lead to intermediate and end differences amicably.
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