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Supporting companies

In many countries, legislators have endeavoured to make business life as secure as possible by giving notaries exclusive competence to draw up the legal instruments incorporating and modifying companies, in addition to many of those attesting to their activity, such as the minutes of their general meetings. By means of an efficient service and the authentication of acts, notaries contribute to successful business projects, providing better protection from the outset for company shareholders and creditors.

The CNUE and its members are now working on the creation of companies entirely through remote digital channels, with a view to the effective implementation of Directive 2019/1151. Practical solutions must rely on the involvement of notaries to ensure the legal certainty of the process, the identification and verification of the legal capacity of entrepreneurs, and the prevention of money laundering and tax fraud.

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