Le notaire, "magistrat de l'amiable" au regard du juge européen des droits de l'Homme : Commentaire de l'arrêt Ana Ionita c/ Roumanie du 21 mars 2017 (req. n° 30655/09)

Abstract : Undoubtedly, the judgment rendered by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) Ana Ionita v. Romania of 21 March 2017 marks the beginning of a bright construction of a European status for civil law notaries. The European judge doesn't hesitate to qualify the notary as "out-of-court magistrate". As a result, the notaries are aligned with the others judicial professions. Not only, this European judgment recognises their specificity and influences the right to freedom of expression of the notary which is at stake in the case, but it permits to highlight the incongruity of the well-known "intreprofessionality" carried out by the "Macron law" of which conventionality is now in question.
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Jean-Pierre Marguénaud, Corine Dauchez, Benjamin Dauchez. Le notaire, "magistrat de l'amiable" au regard du juge européen des droits de l'Homme : Commentaire de l'arrêt Ana Ionita c/ Roumanie du 21 mars 2017 (req. n° 30655/09). La Semaine Juridique Notariale et Immobilière, LexisNexis, 2017, Jurisprudence commentée 1257 (36), pp. 45. ⟨hal-01591383⟩

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