Notary Public... Italian Equivalant?

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Notary Public... Italian Equivalant?

Postby MntnView76 » 05 Jan 2005, 19:54

Is there an Italian equivalant to a notary public?

Thanks,
Thomas
Currently researching the De Vito family with origins in Naples and the De Lorenzo family with origins in Calabria. Any assistance is appreciated
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Re: Notary Public... Italian Equivalant?

Postby ptimber » 05 Jan 2005, 20:31

It is always best to consult with an attorney at www.italianlaw.net. The inquiry is free I believe. There are Italian Notaries like in the USA but they are subject to Italian laws and hence my recommendation that you ask an Italian oriented law firm. Peter
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