Salerno: Agreement Between the Notarial Council and the Chamber of Commerce to Ensure More Efficient Services to Business



On 14 June 2012, at the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce of Salerno, an agreement was signed between the Notarial Council of Salerno and the Chamber of Commerce which aims to improve the provision of the services offered to business by way of notaries. 

This agreement will allow new businesses to be set up quickly, a not inconsiderable benefit, especially in the current unfavourable economic climate. 

The paperwork for the setting up of companies, cooperatives and consortia will be completed within 24 hours of receipt so as to allow businesses in the Province of Salerno to obtain in one day the Chamber of Commerce’s certification that is necessary for all the operations involved in setting up a business.

The agreement, through the inclusion in articles of association of clauses dealing with the use of arbitration, also aims to assist the District’s notaries to adopt and promote procedures other than litigation for the resolution of disputes among businesses and between businesses and consumers; these are based on the principle of conciliation and end in an agreement between the parties rather than the sentence of a court of law. The use of such alternative methods, generally known by the English legal acronym A.D.R. (Alternative Dispute Resolution), is intended to lead to the rapid resolution of commercial disagreements.

The terms of the agreement were illustrated by the President of the Notarial Council of Salerno Aniello Calabrese and by the President of the Chamber of Commerce of Salerno Guido Arzano.

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