About us

ABOUT US

 

CPNUE

La Confédération du Personnel des Notariats de l’Union Européenne

(The Confederation of Personnel of the Notariats of the European Union)

 

Founded on 09. April 2011

CPNUE has taken the form of an VZW / ASBL (Vereniging zonder Winstoogmerk - Association sans but lucratif - non-profit organisation) under Belgian law

 

Founding members were, the unions of : Belgium, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, and Spain

 

Registered Office: Brussels (B)

Administrative Seat: B-9230 Wetteren, Stooktewegel 12

 

Current members are, the unions of:

Belgium:         Koninklijke Nationale Beroepsvereniging Van Het Personeel Van Notariskantoren

France:            La Fédération Générale des Clercs et Employés de Notaire

Germany:       V.D.N. VEREINIGUNG DER NOTARIATSANGESTELLTEN e.V.

Italy:                Associazione Nazionale Dipendenti Studi Notarili Italiani ITALIANI «UNIC@»

Netherlands:  DE BOND VAN MEDEWERKERS IN HET NOTARIAAT

 

Current Executive Board

President:

Mr. Hans VAN DER WERF (NL) 

First Vice-President and General Secretary:

Mr. Ludwig RASSCHAERT (B)

Second Vice-President + Assistant Secretary:

Mr. Gabriele ROSSETTI (I)

Treasurer:

Mr. Hubert JANSSENS (B

 

The CPNUE is supervised by a President, the CPNUE's spokesperson, who has tenure for two years, renewable for two years. He is assisted by 2 vice-presidents.

 

The CPNUE represents all employees of the notariats of all EU Member States familiar with Latin civil law, in particular: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.

 

As the right-hand of notaries, notary employees have developed into high qualified specialists, indispensable for the correct execution of all the notary’s responsibilities. They are professionals at the service of all citizens, guaranteeing the very highest legal certainty.

 

Mean goal of CPNUE is to co-operate with CNUE and the European institutions to defend the Latin Notary system, because we believe in the notary’s important role as a guardian of legality.