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Thai trainees in the harshness of the French winter!

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In the framework of the Co-operation charter signed between Thailand, UIHJ and the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers (CNHJ), Thai trainees went to France from 8 to 18 January 2006 for a training seminar.

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Around the Thai trainees, from left to right : Bruno Villard, Judicial Officer in Quimper, Tanguy Brelivet, Judicial Officer in Concarneau, Treasurer of the Departmental Chamber, Dominique Le Gall, Judicial Officer in Brest, President of the Departemental Chamber, and Anne Kérisit
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A Welcome at the House of the Judicial Officers of the world

For Salichai Suwannimitr and Suebsakul Kasikrama, two young colleagues from Thailand, the first shock was experienced at the Paris Charles-de-Gaulle Airport. For he who has never left his native Thailand, to be confronted to the harshness of the French winter will be remembered as a major European experience.
Our colleagues were greeted at their arrival by Mathieu Chardon, Member of the Committee of UIHJ. Mr Chardon made for them a guided tour of the prestigious premises of the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers in Paris, “the house of the Judicial Officers of the world”, as like to call them the different President of the CNHJ, as well as the French National School of Procedure, which is located in the same building.
After the visit, Mathieu Chardon made a presentation of the French profession: status, professional ethics, access to the profession, functioning of an office, competence, missions, trainings, etc.
 
Heading for Brittany!

After this brief Parisian stay, they headed West the following morning, i.e. Brittany, and more precisely to the Southern part: Quimper and Douarnenez, where they were greeted for their training seminar by Anne Kérisit, huissier de justice in Douarnenez.
On their arrival, they could visit her office, meet her staff and discover how the office functions. Then they had the visit of a journalist of Ouest France, one of the top French newspapers, who was curious to find out about the reasons of their stay in Douarnenez.
The following day, they followed our colleague who had to do a statement of facts and then headed for Lorient where they met Joelle Guerpillon, Auctionneer in Quimper who was directing a big auction sales of movable goods, with the assistance of her expert, Philippe Jamault. They followed the preparation of the sale and then the sale itself.
 
Meeting with the Mayor of Douarnenez and lunch with the President of the Departmental Chamber of Judicial Officers

On Thursday morning, our Thai trainees could ask many questions on the profession while visiting the centre town of Douarnenez in company of two colleagues from Quimper. Then they spend the afternoon at Bernard Corre's, a liquidator, where they discovered the arcane of the French procedures of Bankruptcy. Towards the end of the afternoon, they went to the town hall where they met Monique Prévost, Mayor of Douarnenez, who kindly made a guided tour of the town hall and could resist giving them a little souvenir from the city of Douarnenez.
On Friday morning, after deepening their knowledge on the French system, they visited the city of Douarnenez and went for lunch with Dominique Le Gall, President of the Departmental Chamber of Finistère, who also kindly gave them presents to remind them of their stay in Cornwall.
In the afternoon, they met with their colleagues from Concraneau, Philippe Rabadeux AND Tanguy Brelivet. They went with Mr Brelivet on a tour of seizure of movable goods and service of documents, which ended with a guided tour of Concarneau and its closed town.
A serious stay always includes the discovery of the surroundings. Salichai Suwannimitr and Suebsakul Kasikrama particularly enjoyed French food, and specialities from Brittany such as pancakes, cider and Kir Breton, as well as the legendary Brittany welcome, the sea, the landscape, the architecture and its crockery, famous in the entire world.
 
Meeting with the president of the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers

Then, our colleagues returned to Paris. After a Debriefing organized by Mathieu Chardon, they were greeted by Paul Rochard, President of CNHJ and by Thierry Bary, General Delegate. At the term of an informal and warm reception, President Rochard gave the two Thai Trainees the training diploma signed by him and by Jacques Isnard, President of UIHJ, who was abroad.
President Rochard could not resist testing their newly acquired knowledge on the Thai trainees and then, satisfied by what he heard, declared how much training was important for the future of our profession. The reception ended with a traditional exchange of gifts. Our two colleagues, visibly touched by such a friendly welcome, said that they would make a report to their authorities on their stay in France and on the excellence of the French huissiers de justice.
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Giving the diploma
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Exchange of gifts
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At the office of Anne Kerisit, in, Douarnennez
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Signature of the Trainee Diploma by Paul Rochard, President of the French National Chamber of Judicial Officers
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Article in Ouest-France magazine
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