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The II International Legal Forum “Tashkent Law Spring” participants to discuss the issue of transition to the electronic notary system

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The II International Legal Forum “Tashkent Law Spring” participants to discuss the issue of transition to the electronic notary system

One of the sessions of the II International Legal Forum “Tashkent Law Spring” is “Electronic notary – a look into the future”, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.

According to the Ministry of Justice, during the session, it is planned to discuss the following issues:

— electronic storage of documents and secure technologies for remote notarization;

— digital notary of Russia: achievements and prospects;

— remote certification of notarial actions: how to maintain the reliability of civil law relations;

— features of the implementation of “E-notary” in Ukraine;

— instruction of the International Union of Notaries, “On Remote Notarization”;

— remote action and appearance;

— blockchain technology.

The session will be attended by representatives of leading organizations and foreign countries with extensive experience in the implementation of electronic notaries and modern digital technologies.

The participants include Richard Bock, President of the Commission for International Notarial Cooperation of the International Union of Notaries, Konstantin Korsik, President of the Federal Notary Chamber of the Russian Federation, Marius Strackaitis, President of the Lithuanian Notaries’ Chamber, Vladimir Marchenko, Chairman of the Notary Chamber of Ukraine, Carlo Alberto Marcoz, the President of the UINL New Technology working group, Veronika Kormann, Legal Adviser on International Affairs of the Federal Chamber of Notaries of Germany, Dejua Antoine, Representative in the High Council of the Notaries of France for cooperation with the countries of Eastern Europe.

/“Dunyo” IA/.