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European notaries share experience on executive inscriptions in Kazakhstan


The experience of European notaries in issuing executive inscriptions is interesting for Central Asian states implementing the principles of independent Latin notary.

President of the Chamber of Notaries of Lithuania Marius Stračkaitis participated in the conference "Executive Inscriptions. Procedures and Implementation", which took place on June 21 in  Nur Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan. The event was organized by the International Union of Notaries (UINL) and the Republican Chamber of Notaries of Kazakhstan. M. Stračkaitis read the report "Executive inscriptions in the Republic of Lithuania".

Lithuanian laws provide that a notary can issue an executive inscription not only in accordance with a notarized mortgage transaction, but also in accordance with any notarized transaction, and in such cases, the document is immediately handed over to the bailiff for execution, without going to court.

At the conference, in addition to representatives of European Union countries, delegates of notaries of Central Asian countries, including notaries of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, shared their experience on the regulation of executive inscriptions. After successfully implemented reforms, the notaries of these two countries were invited to join the International Union of Notaries, which unites more than 90 countries of the world. The completion of their entry formalities will be announced in December during the UINL Congress in Cancun, Mexico.

One of the main organizers of the Nur Sultan conference is the UINL Commission on International Notarial Co-operation, which is responsible for the development and implementation of the principles of Latin notary. M. Stračkaitis is a member of this Commission and he oversees co-operation with the states that gained independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Chamber of Notaries of Lithuania has been continuously providing methodological support and sharing expert knowledge with the countries of the Eastern Neighborhood and Central Asia for more than a decade.

"The integration of notaries of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan into the international family of Latin notaries is also the result of long-term efforts of the Chamber of Notaries of Lithuania," said M. Stračkaitis.

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