The Association of Notaries of the Republic of Poland was established on the initiative of a large group of notaries from all over the country. As early as 1989, at conferences of state notary offices and private peer meetings, talks were held to establish in Poland, following the example of other Western European countries, a voluntary social and professional organization of the community of Polish notaries. The result of these efforts was the creation of the Association of Notaries of the Republic of Poland, which was registered at the then Provincial Court in Poznań on New Year's Eve - December 31, 1990. with the first seat in Poznań.
The Association of Notaries of the Republic of Poland is a voluntary social and professional organization of the Polish notaries community, including retired ones.
The aim of the Association is, among others:
uniting the Polish Notary's Office around traditional values justifying public trust in activities and documents drawn up by notaries,
protection of the prestige and good name of the notary community,
protection of the correct conditions for a dignified performance of the profession,
formulating notaries' opinions on all matters important to them,
participation in law-making and issuing opinions on draft legal acts,
acting in all proceedings to protect the rights and interests of notaries,
providing care and providing various assistance to notaries, retired notaries, as well as undertaking activities of an integrating nature of the notary community,
improving the legal knowledge and professional qualifications of the members of the Association,
carrying out activities aimed at developing the awareness and legal culture of the society and popularizing the law,
liaising with national and international legal organizations.