Enforceability



The notarised deed is an enforceable deed


Article 19 of the act of 25 Ventôse in year XI stipulates that "All notarised deeds will act as proof before courts of justice and will be enforceable across the whole of the Kingdom [Republic]." This enforceable character of the notarised deed presents considerable benefits by authorising the implementation of forced execution measures. The possibility of using forced execution strengthens the position of the creditor.

For example, an unpaid creditor does not need to seize a judge to obtain an order to pay the debt. Second example, the enforceable copy has a vital place in terms of mortgages (notary required to draft the lender's liens or standard mortgages). Lenders therefore receive an enforceable copy of the deed of loan.

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