The National Social Security Fund (CNSS) and the National Council of the Order of Notaries of Morocco (CNONM) signed, on Wednesday in Casablanca, a partnership agreement relating to the payment by the CNOM of notaries’ contributions under the regime of notaries. Compulsory Health Insurance (AMO).
Under this agreement, which was initialed by the Director General of the CNSS, Hassan Boubrik and the President of the National Order of Notaries of Morocco, Hicham Sabiri, the CNONM is responsible for paying the contributions of its members to the AMO and will pay at the beginning of each year, for the benefit of the CNSS, a global amount representing the annual contributions of the Notaries concerned.
In a statement to the press, Boubrik maintained that the Order undertakes through this agreement to pay all the contributions relating to Compulsory Health Insurance (AMO) for all its members, stressing that this concerns 1,775 notaries in across the Kingdom.
The payment of these contributions by the National Order of Notaries will allow all of these members to have their right open and to benefit without interruption from all the services of the AMO, he continued, noting that this approach is in line with the high guidelines of King Mohammed VI.
For his part, Sabiri indicated, in a similar declaration, that this signature was made on the initiative and at the request of the National Order of Notaries, on the sidelines of the decision taken by the Council of the National Order of notaries of Morocco to take charge of the contributions of notaries by the CNONM.
The notariat as an institution, through its Order, is part of all the orientations and major strategies initiated by King Mohammed VI, in particular the generalization of the social protection system, he added, stressing that this agreement relieves the cash flow of notaries’ studies by covering their monthly contribution.