Covering the application of EU legislation on matrimonial property regimes and registered partnerships (Regulations 2016/1103 and 2016/1104), the 2018-20 training programme ‘Europe for Notaries - Notaries for Europe’ is aimed at legal practitioners wanting to:
- explore the subject in greater depth (articles written by notaries and academics)
- better understand the Council’s training activities
- discover the various practical tools available.
The findings are set out in a publication, available:
The project supports the objectives of EU judicial training, in line with the Commission policy paper ‘Building trust in EU-wide justice. A new dimension to European judicial training’.
It aims to help civil law notaries correctly apply new EU legislation on matrimonial property regimes and registered partnerships, and Directive 2015/849 which addresses money laundering.
The project, in partnership with national notary bodies, will organise 21 seminars in 14 EU countries. 12 of them will focus on family law and 9 on money laundering.
More information concerning the project and its seminars are available here.