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More and more the tasks and functions of civil law notaries working in a global community require an analysis of international aspects of law. Civil law notaries face a variety of international issues. These include: Children inheriting from parents of different nationalities with assets in several countries Foreigners investing in real estate abroad Contracts of marriage between spouses of different nationalities Takeovers by multinationals and International succession (inheritance) planning Notarius International addresses the complex issues that arise in conjunction with the work of notaries examining the various international legal issues at play. Each issue features: Leading articles Authoritative commentaries on issues of international and comparative law A European Column dealing with developments within the European Union In-depth book reviews and bibliography of recommended texts Alternate volumes offer an international column covering issues such as UNIDROIT and The Hague Conference and reports from UINL Commissions focusing on regions throughout the world. The journal has five official languages: English French German Italian and Spanish. Articles are published in the original language and subsequently summarised in the remaining four. The European and International Columns are published in English French and German. Notarius International provides a unique forum for civil law notaries with international interests. It explores transnational legal questions often confronted by civil law notaries and monitors developments which affect civil and commercial law. Notarius International addresses issues common to both the civil law notary and his or her common law counterpart and will also interest and inform those in academia. Discontinued.
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