The Chamber of Notaries of Slovenia is committed to ensure and monitor the Notariat's reputation, authenticity and development, represent interests of notaries, assistant notaries and notarial candidates as well as perform other tasks pursuant to the Chamber’s laws, regulations and the Article of Association. The Chamber exercises its powers through the following bodies: the Assembly, the Executive Committee, the Audit Committee, and the Disciplinary Committee.
Vision and mission
The notaries have an important function as we represent an irreplaceable link between an individual and the state. In this relationship, we are impartial and we have to acquire an absolute confidence on the side of users for our services which we must strengthen in our everyday practice. Irrespective of the independence of notary's offices, all notaries have to provide for harmonised and adjusted activities not only in those labour fields which are legally defined but in particular also in relation to our users. We have to do our best to help our users understand the role and the benefits of our activites. The competences of notariat are strengthened in those areas where we can contribute to a better entrepreneurial environment, the protection of consumers and to a simpler exercising of citizen rights; notaries' activities serve the goal which lies in public interest, namely, to ensure the legitimacy and legal safety of instruments between private persons.
The Chamber of Notaries of Slovenia is a member of the UINL, currently uniting 86 member states with the so-called Latin Notariat.
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CNUE’s aim is to strengthen professional links between its members and harmonise their policies with the common mission to help providing a safe legal European area for natural and legal entities.
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The Chamber of Notaries of Slovenia is a member of the Cooperation of Central European Civil Law Notaries that was established by the Chambers of Civil Law Notaries of Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia in 1998.
The Chamber of Notaries of Slovenia holds the presidency of the Cooperation of Central European Civil Law Notaries in 2016.
The general objective of the European Network of Registers of Wills Association is to contribute to the creation of the European judicial area for citizens in the field of successions.
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The EEN’s purpose is to facilitate notaries with practical legal questions with a cross-border element. Notaries can send a written request to their national interlocutor, who will then deal with the request immediately or decide to contact a foreign interlocutor from one of partner organisations.
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