UINL

UINL

The International Union of Notaries (UINL)is a non-governmental organisation established to promote, coordinate and develop notarial activity around the globe and to protect the dignity and independence of the various Notariats.

Its functions include:

  • Representation of the Notariat before international organisations.
  • Study and systematic compilation of legislation regarding the institution of the Latin-type Notariat.
  • Promotion of the evolution of Law alongside national and international legislative authorities.

Founded in 1948 in Buenos Aires, the International Union of Notaries (UINL) has representation at such bodies as:

  • United Nations.
  • World Trade Organization (WTO).
  • Council of Europe.
  • European Union
  • Organization of American States (OAS)
  • Southern Common Market (Mercosur).
  • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
  • Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
  • Andean Community, and also such legal institutions as the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit).
  • Hague Conference on Private International Law.
  • International Association of Lawyers (UIA).
  • International Association of Magistrates (UIM).
  • International Law Association (ILA).
  • International Bar Association (IBA).

Website: http://www.uinl.org

Choose your notary

Enter the data to find a notary:

Fill in at least one of the fields

Protocol locator

Enter the name and surname of the notary in the deed you want to locate:

Fill in all the fields

Web de Colegios

Asset Publisher

26/09/2022

El Consejo General del Notariado visita La Palma y se compromete a seguir ayudando

26/09/2022

El Consejo General del Notariado visita La Palma y se compromete a seguir ayudando

23/09/2022

Expertos debaten sobre soluciones jurídicas para dar respuesta a la reconstrucción de La Palma

23/09/2022

Expertos debaten sobre soluciones jurídicas para dar respuesta a la reconstrucción de La Palma

22/09/2022

Representantes institucionales destacan el papel del Notariado en La Palma