By Nicole Gallop Mildon In France, notarial deeds have previously only been valid if all the parties are physically present or represented at the meeting
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Left to live Much of the public rhetoric on the Housing Crisis revolves around ‘greedy developers’ setting prices too high for local people to afford.
Update on the French property Market
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