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    Family Code makes a difference on Notarial Law in Ciego de Ávila

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    Two months after the new Family Code was approved in a popular referendum, training continues to be an urgency for Law operators, in a labor scenario open to emerging practices, which will put under the microscope the Third Meeting of Notarial Law that, On December 3, it will host the Máximo Gómez Báez University of Ciego de Ávila (UNICA).

    The appointment, sponsored by the chapter of the Cuban Notary Society in the province and the Teaching Notarial Unit of the aforementioned house of high studies, will be attended by Olga Lidia Pérez Díaz, national director of Registries and Notaries of the Ministry of Justice, and will bring together practicing notaries and university professors, with the purpose of reflecting on the new practices imposed by the implementation of modern regulations.

    Implementación Notarial del Código de las Familias

    In the words of the M.Sc. Marla Iris Delgado Knight, assistant professor of the Notarial Law subject and organizer of the meeting, it is conceived as a space for exchange and improvement that unifies criteria for notarial practice, since with the approval of the new Code many substantive institutions of Law have changed that have a considerable impact on the practice of the profession.

    Among the main issues that will motivate the debate are marriage, de facto unions and filiation, challenges for notaries in light of the new Family Code; notarial divorce; fiscal intervention in divorces by mutual agreement; the liquidation of the matrimonial community of goods without dissolution of the marriage; the configuration of non-typical real rights in Cuba and the alimony contract.

    The master lecture will be given by Dr. C. Suset Hernández Guzmán, professor of Civil Law at the University of Havana, who will address the self-regulation of future protection through preventive powers.

    Since its inauguration last July, the UNICA Teaching Notarial Unit has brought notarial services closer to the university community, but it also seeks to fulfill the task of contributing to the preparation of notaries in training or in practice to raise the quality of notarial services in the technical, organizational order, under criteria of integrality between all branches of Law, and this Third Meeting will be another step on that path of improvement.

    Sector Notarial y el Código de las Familias