CASE COMMENTS : PUBLIC SECTOR – INTERNAL MARKET – FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT – NOTARIES – NATIONALITY CONDITION – EXERCISE OF OFFICIAL AUTHORITY (NO)

Freedom of Establishment: The Court of Justice hits a serious blow to the Civil Law notaries (France)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 24 May 2011, Commission v. France, Case C-50/08 Five years ago, in these same columns, we were able to indicate: "the initial draft directive on services in the internal market (known as the "Bolkestein" directive) did not systematically envisage that the regulated legal professions (notaries, bailiffs, solicitors at courts of appeal, auctioneers and clerks of commercial courts) would escape the rules it laid down, first and foremost those of the country of origin (...). The general philosophy of Community law tends in fact to restrict to their hard core activities which do not fall within its scope. (B. du Marais, "La Cour juge incompatible avec

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Bertrand du Marais, Freedom of Establishment: The Court of Justice hits a serious blow to the Civil Law notaries (France), 24 May 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 38184, pp. 209-210

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