Our notarial office provides its clients with the broad and complementary skills of the whole team. Thanks to its specialists in the main fields of notarial practice, the office’s resources enable it to deal with all of its clients’ wishes at the highest level.
Olivier BOSSÉNotary Partner
Diplomas and skills:
Maître Bossé began his career with the firm in 1999, before becoming a partner in 2006. He assists company directors in the management, transfer and arbitration of their professional and private assets. He also assists and advises many of the office’s institutional clients in their real estate transactions on a national level.Olivier Bossé is a member of the Maxim’s Business Club (now the MBC circle), the Club des Chasseurs et Veneurs de l’Immobilier (CCVI) and the Automobile Club de France (ACF).
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Julie BRAMINotaire associée
Maître Brami started her career with the firm in 1999 and became a partner in 2006.She has an extensive knowledge of all notarial matters and is particularly involved in real estate law, property law, business law and banking law.
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Dominique HOVASSENotary Partner
Maitre Hovasse has gained experience at the highest level in major Parisian notary offices. He was a salaried notary in 2014 and also worked as a legal director for a national property developer. He was a notary partner at the Champ de Mars notarial office and joined Roquepine Notaires in 2020.
He has developed particular expertise in town planning law, real estate law and construction law. He is an expert in the obligations concerning public property, assisting public and para-public entities in their projects.
Samuel PEZARDNotary Partner
Maitre Pezard gained experience at the highest level in a nationally renowned office in Rennes and then moved to a large notary office in Paris. He became a salaried notary in 2014. He was a notary partner at the Champ de Mars notary office before joining Roquepine Notaires in 2020.
He has developed a particular expertise in the organisation of family assets and advises individuals on their transmission strategies (gifts, inheritance, use of company law, Dutreil pacts for businesses). He is an expert in the rules of the taxation of artworks. He is also specialised in civil property law, having defended a doctoral thesis on the adaptability of property law applied to the example of private forests (for which he received the Claude Thibierge prize and the Louis Lorvellec prize).
Knight of the Order of Agricultural Merit
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For individuals, professionals and public and private institutions.
Located in the heart of the 8th district of Paris, our notary office has been assisting its clients with passion and expertise since 1565 and will continue to do so for a long time to come!
For the past years, ROQUEPINE NOTAIRES has been certified ISO9001 by LRQA (Lloyd’s Register France) for the quality of its management system and of all its activities. Our office is continuing its development to constantly improve the quality of our services and the satisfaction of our clients.
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The notary is a lawyer who is dedicated to ensure the role of public authority, and who prepares authenticated contracts on behalf of his clients. He is a public officer appointed by the Minister of Justice, under the control of the Interdepartmental Chamber of Notaries of Paris and the magistrates of the Public Prosecutor.
The notary is competent in all areas of law: family, business, real estate, management and transfer of assets, companies, etc.
Although having public authority, the notary exercises his functions freely, thus ensuring a modern form of public service without any cost for the State, since he assumes the economic responsibility of his office. The notary is a professional who is paid by his clients (and not by the taxpayer) according to a tariff fixed by the State for the services he renders.
The notary keeps the deeds indefinitely and these constitute the authentic proof of the rights and obligations of his clients. His profession is fiercely attached to an ethic in the service of his clients.The notary and his staff are bound by professional secrecy.
The firm is resolutely forward-looking and supports its clients in the realisation of their future projects. However, it draws its strength and values from a history that began in 1565. Few enterprises have had such a long life.
Maître DINTRAS was himself the holder of the official records of two of the 114 historical offices in PARIS. These two offices, which bear the numbers XXVI and XC according to the official referencing of the National Archives, were created at the end of the 16th century, in 1579 and 1565 respectively.
OFFICE XXVI. The first notary of this office was Maître Laurent 1st de Monhenault who started his practice on 22 October 1579. From 1579 to the year IV, this office remained in the parish of Saint-Gervais, rue des Barres until 1776, and then place Baudoyer. It moved to Place Vendôme at the beginning of the 19th century and used five different addresses in this area (1816-1843), before settling in rue Boissy d’Anglas.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, it has been located at 15 rue Roquépine.
OFFICE XC. The first notary of this office was Maître Jean Marchant who started his practice on 3 June 1565.This office was originally located in rue du Temple, rue Saint-Honoré and rue du Poitou. After settling in rue des Arcis in 1633, this office then moved to rue Sainte-Avoie in 1661 and remained there until 1723. In the year VI, it was located in the Palais-Royal district, then in Les Halles. In the year VII, it was in rue des Prouvaires, before moving to rue Thévenot (1837), then to boulevard Sébastopol (1895). It merged with the XXVI firm in 1993 on the initiative of Maître Georges DINTRAS
Here is the list of the predecessors of the current notary partners, in descending chronological order, with the dates on which they began their practice :
Georges DINTRAS (1986)Philippe CHABRUN (1962)Albert CONSTANTIN (1925)Pierre CONSTANTIN (1893)Gabriel LE VILLAIN (1876)Ernest DUCLOUX (1875)Ferdinand DUCLOUX (1841)Charles GONDOUIN (1820)Alexandre ROUSSEAU (1813)Marc COLIN (1789)Éloi FIEFFÉ (1776)Jean Jacques BLACQUE (1763)Nicolas MATHIS (1748)Dominique CAMUSET (1728)Jean Louis RICHARD (1719)Louis RICHARD (1693)Jean Nicolas de MONHENAULT (1682)Laurent II de MONHENAULT (1655)Jean de MONHENAULT (1619)Laurent I de MONHENAULT (1579)
Georges DINTRAS (1993)Rémy BLANCHARD (1987)Jean-Claude CLARY (1965)Eric de LA HAYE SAINT HILAIRE (1978)Léonce JARRIAND (1930)René MACIET (1901)Alban Joseph d’HARDIVILLER (1877)Marc FABRE (1857)Auguste MONNOT-LEROY (1833)Jean-Baptiste LEROUX (1822)Alphonse Louis VIENOT (1813)Joseph André TURREL (1794)Charles GARCERAND (1749)Guillaume ROSSIGNOL (1747)François CRÉVON (1721)Charles II JANSON (1716)François RAYMOND (1707)Louis RAYMOND (1661)François REVERSÉ (1631)Jacques BRUNEAU (1620)Nicolas MOTELET (1620)Claude II de TROYES (1616)Claude de RIGES (1594)Mathurin MARCHANT (1591)Jean MARCHANT (1565)
The firm provides expert assistance with your legal and fiscal questions relating to the transfer of artworks (donation, succession), whether for payment or not.
The firm specialises in donations and legacies to museums and societies of friends of museums, whether by generous gifts, artworks in full ownership or bare ownership, with all the usual charges relating to the conditions of exhibition and registration in the dedicated inventories. Donations to museums and societies of friends must be subject to the usual precautions in civil law, concerning the hereditary reserve and, if necessary, to the securing through instruments such as the RAAR (early waiver of action in abatement).
The firm is qualified to advise clients on the establishment of foundations or endowments and on the many consequences thereof.
The study supports artistic creation on a voluntary basis by promoting living artists through exhibitions (permanent or temporary).
Madagascar et white pine #2Olivier Masmonteil2020Oil on canvas, 120 x 100cm
Olivier Masmonteil is a scrupulous, careful and meticulous painter by trade. For 25 years he has been
exploring different stages of the history of painting and its classical themes. However, the approach
is much more complex than it seems, because by "pinching" this history, it is as much the question of
the painting as the status of its author that appears. Indeed, from the first borrowings from Courbet
to the use of his motifs in the thirties, it is not only a history of painting that has been turned upside
down, but also the social history of its author. The intellectual artist as described by Léonard de Vinci
became a genius artist at Baudelaire, then a worker with the avant-garde artists.
Monolithe JauneKevin Rouillard2020Steel can, 279 x 164.5 x 3.5cm
Born in 1989, Kevin Rouillard graduated with honours from ENSAB in Paris in 2014. After
participating in the 60 th Salon of Montrouge and in the Villa Emerige (Empirists) prize in 2015, he won
the Francois de Hatvany Foundation prize. In 2016, he took part in the Distopark exhibition, at the
Confort Moderne in Poitiers, as well as in the Nouveau monde industriel, (commissariat Nicolas
Bourriaud) at the Galleria Continua/Les Moulins. His works were displayed at the Abbatoirs, FRAC
Midi-Pyrénées in Toulouse, for the exhibition called “Autour du nouveau réalisme, Les dadas des
Daniel”. In 2017, there were personal exhibitions at “L’Assaut de la menuiserie” in Saint Etienne as
well as at The Chimney in New York and also an outdoor collective exhibition at the Centre d’Art in
Parc Saint Léger. In 2018, the Junqueira Artists Residency welcomed him in Lisbon resulting in two
personal exhibitions. More recently, following the SAM Art Projects prize received in 2018, the Palais
de Tokyo housed his personal exhibition “Le Grand Mur” in 2020, while the Thomas Bernard gallery
opened, at the same time, his exhibition called “Soudure et Mayonnaise”.
For negotiations, our fees are as follows:
the vast majority of deeds received by notaries are regulated by the Commercial Code.
In application of the provisions of the last paragraph of article L. 444-2 of the Commercial Code, the notary and his client may agree on the discount rate for the part of the fees exceeding the emolument threshold of €200 000.
We have job vacancies in all areas of our practice:
Real estate law (common deeds, property development and complex real estate matters)
Pour toute question concernant nos offres ou l’évaluation de votre bien, le service négociation de l’étude est à votre disposition : Laura Paris – *protected email* – 06 13 44 38 90
6 pièces - 153m2
1 870 000 €
honoraires de négociation inclus.
1 pièces - 35m2
500 000 €
4 pièces - 73m2
368 000 €
4 pièces - 172m2
5 895 000 €
3 pièces - 101m2
890 000 €
8 pièces - 338m2
2 300 000 €
3 pièces - 56m2
850 000 €
6 pièces - 185m2
1 250 000 €
Maison de caractère
5 pièces - 172m2
729 000 €
1 pièce - 19m2
195 000 €
4 pièces - 65m2
680 000 €
6 pièces - 152m2
honoraires de négociations inclus