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News CNUE, 6 October 2022

Seminar on the application of Regulation (EU) 650/2012 – Vilnius, 6 October 2022

On 6 October 2022 in Vilnius, the CNUE together with the Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries organised the first seminar of the “MAPE Successions” project – “Monitoring and Evaluating the Application of the Succession Regulation EU 650/2012”.

“MAPE Successions” is a project coordinated by CNUE and funded with the support of the European Commission. It aims to carry out an in-depth analysis of the EU Regulation 650/2012 and to provide the European Commission with recommendations for the improvement of this legislative instrument with a view to its re-evaluation in 2025.

The work – which started in November 2020 and will end in March 2023 – is led by a team of professors composed of Patrick Wautelet (University of Liège), Brigitta Lurger (University of Graz) and Pierre Callé (University of Paris – Saclay). The ENRWA, the German, Hungarian, Lithuanian and Maltese notariats are also partners in the project. The work of the Scientific and Steering Committee of the project is chaired and coordinated by Marianne Sevindik, Chair of the CNUE “Successions” Working Group and notary in Rouen (France).

The Vilnius seminar had the dual purpose of providing a first overview of the data collected through the different survey campaigns that are taking place in the framework of the project, and of sharing knowledge and experiences on the implementation of the Regulation in several European countries. To date, within the framework of the “MAPE Successions” project, more than 2,100 notaries from the 22 CNUE member notariats have been able to share their experiences in the field.

The entire seminar is available online.

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