Reviewing and explaining a notarial act.
As soon as a date has been fixed for the execution of a notarial act, it is customary to deliver a draft copy by post or by email to all parties concerned. All results of preliminary research are communicated as well, providing everyone with access to any information that is relevant to the act.
At the execution of the act, however, clients often do not bring a printed copy of the draft act and the complementary documents they received from the notary in advance. The draft act is therefore usually reprinted at the notary office, so that all parties concerned can read it while the notary reviews and explains the documents.
According to notary Dominique De Kesel “crowdbeamer makes this entire process so much more efficient, and a lot more comfortable for all clients. With crowdbeamer, I can smoothly share the draft act in an easy-to-read format with everybody present. As soon as I connect my laptop to the crowdbeamer device, each client can instantly read the draft act from one of the tablets available at my office. It’s therefore no longer needed to have my employees reprint all documents. That not just saves them a lot of time, it is also much more environmentally friendly.
Using the crowdbeamer app on a tablet, clients can closely monitor the act and even zoom in on details when needed. That is much more comfortable for everyone if you compare that to reading a printed copy or watching it from a distance on a widescreen display.”