In the vault of La Salle and Villeneuve, notaries in Mont-Tremblant in the Laurentians, are carefully classified over 125 000 contracts. Projects, frescoes of family stories, joys and sorrows, these pages written by four generations of notaries bear witness to the little history of an entire region.
SERVING THE REGIONSINCE 1890
OVER125 000 CONTRACTS
THE NOTARY AND THE KEEPING OF HIS FILES AND HIS STUDY
Did you know ? Under the Regulation respecting the keeping of files and studies, notaries are required to keep their minutes, directory, index, trust accounting books, application software, including in particular management software, database and accounting.READ MORE
THE NOTARY AND THE OBLIGATION TO VERIFY IDENTITY
The media reported today that a Laval woman learned that her house had been sold without her knowledge by fraudsters who had impersonated her identity.READ MORE
THE CONVENTION OF COMMON LIFE: NOT SO COMMON AND TO KNOW!
On January 25, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered its decision in the case of Éric v. Lola. In doing so, she reminded the thousands of Quebecers who live in a common-law relationship that they do not benefit from the rights to protect family residence.READ MORE