In the heart of Burgundy

Located in Burgundy, in the district of Saône-et-Loire, in the heart of the Charolais and Brionnais, on the circuit of Romanesque churches, along the course of the Loire river, in the towns of Paray-le-Monial, Marcigny and Iguerande, the CASSO Notarial Office is the continuation of a long succession of notaries.

The notarial deeds of Maître GAULARD, DUMONTET, CHAMBON, TIXIER, MONNERET, DESPIERRES, and of notaries having practiced in Charolais-Brionnais are kept there for nearly 200 years.

The main office is located in PARAY-LE-MONIAL, and its two annexes, in MARCIGNY and IGUERANDE.

Entirely independent, the CASSO Notarial Office is a member of the NotaLis Network, which purpose is the sharing of excellency and legal knowledge between notaries, and the improving of the cooperation between them.


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Point de départ de l’action en responsabilité contre le notaire

Published on : 07/10/2020 07 October Oct 10 2020
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Par acte authentique du 7 juin 2005, une personne fait l’acquisition d’un immeuble à usage d’habitation. Bien que l’acte précise qu’il existe sur la parcelle acquise un passage...

Préparer sa retraite : PER ou assurance-vie ?

Published on : 30/09/2020 30 September Sep 09 2020
Veille Notalis
Depuis octobre 2019, le nouveau Plan d’épargne retraite (PER) est disponible. Comme l’assurance-vie, il permet de se constituer des revenus complémentaires au moment de la retra...

Régime fiscal d’un office notarial et cession de titres en cas de départ à la retraite

Published on : 23/09/2020 23 September Sep 09 2020
Veille Notalis
Un abattement de 500 000 euros s’applique aux plus-values réalisées par des dirigeants de petites et moyennes entreprises cédant leurs titres à l’occasion de leur départ en retr...

Contrat de capitalisation : principe et fiscalité

Published on : 16/09/2020 16 September Sep 09 2020
Veille Notalis
Le contrat ou bon de capitalisation est un produit d'épargne très voisin de l'assurance-vie dont il s'inspire dans son fonctionnement. Fonctionnement, durée, fiscalité et partic...
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Follow-up of files, and meeting at the Notarial Office

Due to the health crisis, appropriate health measures are taken at the Notarial Office: wearing a mask is mandatory. In case of forgetting, masks are made available to customers as well as hydroalcoholic gel.

If you are carrying symptoms of the COVID-19 disease, or if you have recently tested positive, and an appointment at the Notarial Office is scheduled, you are strongly recommended not to go yourself at the Notarial Office, and to make telephone contact.

During the confinement period during the months of March, April, and May 2020, all of the files were followed up without any interruption by all the staff of the Notarial Office, except for the reception of the public. which was formally prohibited.