Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries has published a full compilation of pre-World War 2 era Lithuanian notary, enlightener and public figure Pranas Lembertas' poetry. The book shipments had been delivered delivered to the Chamber and bookstores and expected soon to be distributed among notaries and libraries and sold in stores.

President of Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries Marius Stračkaitis attended the General Assembly of Council of Notaries of European Union (CNUE) which took place in Brussels on March 23, 2018.

Meeting at the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan

President of Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries Marius Stračkaitis visited Uzbekistan on March 4-8, 2008, in order to get acquainted with the work of notaries and planned reforms.

ELTA news agency has published a story about kick-backs payed by notaries to real estate agents. Professor of law Vytautas Nekrošius warns about serious consequences of such illegal actions.

Vytautas Nekrošius: notaries paying „kick-backs" shall be fired

ELTA, 12 February 2018

"Kick-backs" paid by notaries to real estate (RE) developers and brokers in return to clients is an established practice in Lithuania. The notarial self-governance authority hired mystery shoppers in order to uncover such practices, then summoned wrongdoers to explain their behaviour, but illegal agreements are common.

According to Professor of the Faculty of Law at Vilnius University (VU) Vytautas Nekrošius, notaries giving "kick-backs" shall be fired.

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