Notaries will not attend home auctions on Wednesday

13 December 2016
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The coordinating committing of the Greek union of notaries on Tuesday announced its members would not be taking part in home auctions initiated by the Greek state, banks, pension funds and municipalities on Wednesday.

However, certain auctions could go ahead if permission was applied for by notaries, including those aimed at collecting unpaid wages or alimony, for instance.

Notaries are opposing home auctions as a means of collecting individual debts to the state.

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