French estate agents and notaires in legal dispute over logo

Legal logo row as Covid slows mortgages and buyers change their plans
Legal logo row as Covid slows mortgages and buyers change their plans

A dispute has broken out between estate agents and notaires in France over a new logo.

Conseil supérieur du notariat (CSN) filed a legal complaint against the Fédération nationale de l’immobilier (Fnaim) over its new logo. More than half (52%) of people questioned associate the sign with the symbol of the notaires, according to a CSN study, proving that “the confusion is real”.

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