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Swearing executors oaths in France.

How would I go about getting an executors oath sworn in France?

Asked on 7/30/01, 7:01 am

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Francis R. Favre, Esq. The International Lawyer
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Re: Swearing executors oaths in France.

In a case of an oath required by an American document, the signator, in a foreign country, must sign the document before a local "Notary Public" approved by the local American authority [generally a Consul] who will also certify the Notary's signature and authority. It is a double verification, some time known as exemplification. In Paris you should contact the American Embassy, rue de Flores.

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Answered on 11/01/01, 11:41 pm

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