Official ceremony | 60th anniversary of the Bundesnotarkammer

In 2021, the Federal Chamber of Notaries celebrated its 60th anniversary. The planned ceremony for this occasion had to be postponed last year due to the Corona pandemic.

The event will now be held on a smaller scale as a hybrid ceremony on 7 April 2022. The invited guests of honour will attend the event in person at the Humboldt Carré in Berlin. Furthermore, anyone interested will have the possibility to participate online free of charge.

After the welcome greeting by Prof. Dr. Jens Bormann, President of the Bundesnotarkammer, the Federal Minister of Justice Dr. Marco Buschmann will address the guests with an opening speech. The keynote speech will be given by Bettina Limperg, President of the Federal Supreme Court. At around 7.30 pm the event will end for online participants.

Afterwards, participants on site will have the opportunity to meet and exchange their ideas during a small reception. The ceremony will be musically accompanied by the string quartet “Bulsara Strings”.

Venue: hybrid (The invitation link will be sent to you after registration)

Time: Thursday, 7 April 2022, from 6:30 p.m. onwards

Cost: free of charge

Registration: anmeldung(at)

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