See also: Minute
The minute in French right is the original of a authentic Acte obligatorily preserved by the Autorité which holds it: Clerc's Office of a jurisdiction in the case of a legal decision, notary in the case of a Notarial act.
Minute of a decision of juctice
In the case of the legal decisions, the copies of the minute are called:
certified copies, authenticated by the Clerk;
covered certified copies formulas executory, " grosse" (in civil procedure) or " expédition" in (contentious administrative procedure), which makes it possible the parts to require a Bailiff to carry out the decision or to solicit the interested person so that it carries out it.
Minute of a notarial act
In the case of the notarial acts, the minute is different from the Brevet:
the original of an act received in minute (" act in minute") is preserved within the Office notary. This last ensures the conservation of it and delivers only copies of them (simple copies, authentic copies or executory copies). The obligation of conservation of the minutes applies during hundred years. After this time, the minutes of the office of the notary are obligatorily given to the Departmental records;
the original of the act received in patent (" act in brevet") is not preserved by the notary but given to the customer.
contents of the minute of a decision of the Council of State (France)
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