Our Notarial Firm had been located for several centuries in the Marais district. In 2005, it moved to avenue Marceau in the Paris Gold Triangle, a district more suited to welcome clients who evolve over time.
The activity of the firm is indeed now divided into two sectors. The first is dedicated to traditional notarial work (everyday transactions, family law) and the second to commercial notarial work, especially real estate deals known as “complex”, along with financing transactions.
The traditional sector is directed by Jacques Lavigne, notary for a great many years, and comprises private clients, mostly Parisian.
The commercial sector is directed by François Roux, former lawyer, who became a notary in 2006. He mainly advises French and foreign investment funds, banks and private investors.
The notaries involve themselves in the matters, alongside their associates, and they make sure that each client is assisted as he or she expects to be, according to his or her wishes and culture. Indeed, many of the firm’s clients are foreign clients, and the notaries and their associates communicate with them in English, be it orally or in writing, taking the time to explain to them the special features of French law. The quality and the care with which the firm handles each of its clients is part of its culture, and this policy is shared by the notaries, the associates, and generally by the whole firm staff.
The fees received by the notaries for the deeds they register are set by law and result particularly from the Arrêté dated 26 February 2016.
Click on the below link to read the Arrêté dated 26 February 2016 setting the regulated fees of the notaries.