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Tools for Citizens

Today, numerous working and retired European citizens decide to live outside their countries of origin.
As a result, in their new countries of residence, these expatriates may be faced with some issues, such as: how to purchase property, how to deal with conditions of vulnerability or incapacity and how to handle succession in case of death.
It therefore seemed essential to CAE to provide citizens concerned with simple answers to the most frequent questions concerning these three four areas: property, vulnerable persons, successions and couples in Europe, knowing that for the member states of the European Union, answers can be found on the website of the Council of Notariats of the European Union under the menu “Practical Tools”.



Call for Best Practices in the elaboration of a FAO/UINL technical guide

Press releases

Call for Best Practices in the elaboration of a FAO/UINL technical guide


Within the framework of its cooperation with the Food and Agricultural Organization  of the United Nations (FAO) on the dissemination and implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on Land Tenure, the UINL is calling for good practices of notaries over the world regarding land tenure: 

Could you describe relevant land tenure issues in your country or region that were solved thanks to the intervention of notaries?

Could you describe examples of good practice in matters of responsible governance of tenure in your country or region?

Do your notariat have any presentable projects regarding responsible governance of tenure in the future?

For more information, please consult the UINL intranet, heading: Partnership with international organizations> Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)> Concept note (documentation available only for notaries having requested and obtained their login to access the UINL intranet).