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For Those of You Who Live in/Own Property in France....

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I'm in the process of selling my house in St-Cirq. Of course I have a notaire, but he's not wildly communicative by either email or Skype. I need to furnish him with the acte d'achat, the original of which is inside the house in St-Cirq and therefore not accessible to me at the moment. So while the keys to the house are en route to the notaire for him to gain access to the house, how can I get a copy of the acte d'achat? I've emailed and left a message at the cabinet de notaire that I originally used to buy the house 20 years ago, but no response yet. I assume that that notaire would have it on file - yes? Would the mairie in St-Cirq have it? I doubt it, but who knows? I'm in a bit of a hurry to get this done, and back-and-forths with the French in the Dordogne are rather painfully slow. Any help appreciated. All I need to do is get my hands on the acte d'achat and I'm good to go.

Merci d'avance...

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