A look back at the “Congrès des Notaires”
A look back at the “Congrès des Notaire”, with Barbara SIMON, Head of Communications & Publications at the “Association Congrès des Notaires de France” (A.C.N.F.).
The 119th Congrès des Notaires took place in Deauville from September 27 to 29, 2023, under the theme of housing: “The duty to do better, the right to do differently”.
A major event where 5,000 delegates enjoyed Destination Deauville and discovered or rediscovered the Deauville Convention Centre.
Could you tell us a little about the event?
The “Congrès des notaires” is an annual event held in a different French city.
It takes place over 3 days and includes
- A continuous exhibition
- A 1st day devoted, this year, exclusively to training sessions
- 2 other days devoted to plenary sessions, voting on proposals and official speeches.
What was the aim of this national congress?
To bring together the entire notarial profession to train, exchange ideas and vote on a series of proposals to improve the right to housing and professional practice by notaries, before passing them on to the public authorities. Nearly 130 legislative and regulatory texts resulted from the work of the congresses.
Who were the participants and where did they come from?
All participants were professionals from the notarial and legal professions.
France — Europe — International
All the players mobilize to adopt the colors of the event and ensure a high level of services.
What’s more, the CID itself is ideally located both in the city center and on the seafront, surrounded by a large hotel complex and all amenities, making it easy to get around in a tightly-packed area where everything can be done on foot.