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Pravo - teorija i praksa
2008, vol. 25, iss. 3-4, pp. 20-30
article language: Serbian
document type: Original Paper
published on: 19/02/2009
University of Business Academy in Novi Sad, Faculty of Law


Notary is one of the oldest juristic profession. It is an independent private profession, but with competence approved by the public. Serbia is a rare country without the institution of notaries. Establishing of this institution would be an appropriate attempt in the process of creating legal state, based on effective work of the courts, maximal protection of legislative relations, status and interests of the citizens. The notary would, first of all, take over the 'non-court' cases. It is important to have in mind solutions and legal regulations that exist in the countries with long tradition as well as in the countries in transition. One of the duties of the notary is to point out the legal consequences of a business and to determine what is the will of all the parties in a business. In this way the number of possible litigations may be reduced. Taking over great number of the cases that are not typically litigations would be of great help. The courts could be more concentrated on most important court roles, what is an imperative of every country.



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