International Union of Notaries

Union internationale du notariat (UINL)
Unión Internacional del Notariado
Unione Internazionale del Notariato

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URL: http://www.uinl.org/
URL: http://uinl.net/

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Founded

1948-10-02 Buenos Aires Argentina

History

Founded 2 Oct 1948, Buenos Aires (Argentina), at 1st International Congress of Latin Notaries, as International Union of Latin Notaries -- Union internationale du notariat latin (UINL) -- Unión Internacional del Notariado Latino -- Unione Internazionale del Notariato Latino. Previous statutes approved 25 May 1989, Amsterdam (Netherlands); modified: 30 Apr 1992, Cartagena de Indias (Columbia); 12 Feb 1994, Vienna (Austria); 30 Sep 2001, Athens (Greece); 20 Oct 2002, Valencia (Spain). Current statutes approved 8 Nov 2005, Rome (Italy).

Aims

Promote study and standardization of notarial legislation; secure progress, stability and advancement of the Latin notarial system; contribute experience and advice to those practising law in the sphere of individual rights, whether commercial, family, inheritance or property matters; establish offices for international notarial exchange.

Events

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Structure

General Meeting of Member Chambers of Notaries; Permanent General Council; Executive Steering Committee; Supervisory Financial Council; International Congress of Notaries (every 3 years); President (elected every 3 years); Administrative Secretariat; Working Groups. Continental Commissions (4): K-XK0235 - Commission for African Affairs; K-XK0229 - Commission for American Affairs (CAA); Commission for Asian Affairs; K-XK0037 - Commission for European Affairs. Intercontinental Commissions: K-XK0122 - Commission for International Notarial Cooperation; Advisory (CC); Affiliated Individual (CAI); Themes and Congresses (CTC); Notarial Social Security (CSSN); Notarial Deontology (CDN); Human Rights (CDH).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

XC2732

Last News

2017

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