I – INFORMATION SHEET ON THE 137 NOTARY NOTARIAL OFFICE (article L. 111-2 of the French Consumer Code)


Name of the office: 137 Notaires

Legal form: SARL (Limited Liability Company)

Company registration number: 383 208 337 RCS PARIS

VAT identification number: FR35383208337

Address : 137 rue de l’Université – 75007 PARIS – FRANCE

Telephone: +33 (0)1 88 400 400

Fax: +33 (0)1 44 11 31 40

E-mail address:



  • Maître Dominique Charles BONNART, partner notary
  • Maître Chantal LAVISSE, partner notary
  • Maître Stéphane ADLER, partner notary
  • Maître Thibaut EGASSE, partner notary
  • Maître Rémi CANALES, partner notary
  • Maître Laurent LEMETTI, partner notary
  • Maître Jean-Baptiste FERRAND, partner notary
  • Maître Romain MAITRE, partner notary
  • Maître Jean-Marie GUIBERT, partner notary
  • Maître Mathieu SIMON, partner notary
  • Maître Alice BORDERIE, partner notary
  • Maître Emilie FINOT, partner notary

The title of notary was conferred on each of them by order of the Minister of Justice (Garde des Sceaux) (13 place Vendôme, Paris), which can be consulted in the Journal officiel de la République Française (

Each of them is registered on the roll of notaries of the Chambre interdépartementale des notaires de Paris – 12, Avenue Victoria – 75001 Paris.


The professional activity of each notary of the office is covered by civil liability insurance taken out with Mutuelle du Mans Assurances (liberal professions department – 14, Boulevard Marie et Alexandre Oyon – 72030 Le Mans Cedex 9) up to a limit of 100 million euros per claim and without geographical limitation and, beyond that, by the Caisse régionale de garantie des notaires – Paris 1 (12 avenue Victoria, 75001 Paris).

Information regarding the MMA insurance contract may be obtained from the La Sécurité Nouvelle broker – 81, Rue Taitbout – 75009 Paris – Tel: 01 53 20 50 50.


In the event of a complaint against a notary of the office which has not been resolved by the latter, or a claim for compensation, the complaint should be made in writing to the Chambre interdépartementale des notaires de Paris, service des réclamations, 12 avenue Victoria, 75001 Paris, enclosing a detailed note and a copy of the documents needed to clarify the problem (article 4-4° of order no. 45-2590 of 2 November 1945).

In the event of an unresolved dispute with a notary, you may contact the Médiateur du notariat at the following address: in order to try, with his help, to find an amicable resolution to the conflict. Art. L .616-1 and R .616-1 of the French Consumer Code. Failure to comply with this obligation is punishable by an administrative fine of €3,000 if the notary practises on an individual basis and €15,000 if the notary practises in a company.


Notarial activity is governed primarily by Order no. 45-2590 of 2 November 1945, Decree no. 45-0117 of 19 December 1945, Decree no. 71-941 of 26 November 1971, Decree no. 71-942 of 26 November 1971, Decree no. 73-1202 of 28 December 1973, Decree no. 78-262 of 8 April 1978, the Règlement national des notaires, the Règlement inter-cours des notaires, and the Règlement des notaires de la Compagnie de Paris.

These texts can be consulted in French on the website of the Chambre des notaires de Paris, under the heading “textes sur le notariat” (


In accordance with French law no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy (confiance dans l’économie numérique), we hereby inform you that the website is the property of 137 Notaires.

The website was designed by the All Contents agency, located at 29 rue de Saint-Pétersbourg – Paris VIII.

It is hosted by OVH, the registered office of which is located at 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix.

It is maintained and operated by Agence Nota, the registered office of which is located 5 promenade Venezia – 78000 Versailles.

The website is governed by French law; visitors accessing the site from abroad must ensure that they comply with locally applicable laws.

As the legal notices may be modified at any time and without prior notice, please consult them regularly.


137 Notaires holds, reserves, and retains all property rights, in particular intellectual property rights, including reproduction rights on this site and the elements it contains. Consequently, and in particular, any partial or total reproduction of this site and the elements it contains is strictly forbidden without the written authorisation of 137 Notaires.

All logos and other distinctive signs contained on this site are the property of 137 Notaires or are subject to authorisation for use. No right or licence may be attributed to any of these elements without the written authorisation of 137 Notaires or the third party holding the rights.


Users of the website “” acknowledge that they have read these conditions of use of the site and undertake to comply with them.

137 Notaires may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage that may result from access to or use of the site and/or this information, including inaccessibility, loss of data, deterioration, destruction, or viruses that may affect the user’s computer equipment and/or the presence of viruses on its site.

Although 137 Notaires strives to provide reliable content on its site, it does not guarantee that its content is free from inaccuracies or omissions and cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions, or for a lack of availability of information and services. 137 Notaires reserves the right to make improvements and/or changes to the content of its site at any time and without prior notice. Consequently, users acknowledge that they use this information under their sole responsibility.


The site may include links to other sites or other Internet sources. Insofar as 137 Notaires cannot control these external sites and sources, 137 Notaires cannot be held responsible for the availability of these external sites and sources, and therefore declines all responsibility for the content, advertising, products, services, or any other material available on or from these external sites or sources. These links are provided to users of the website as a service. The decision to activate the links is yours alone. We remind you that non-affiliated sites are subject to their own conditions of use.


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