We buy a real estate and the seller also gives us furniture (a sofa and household appliances). The notaire asks us to produce an estimate article by article to deduct the value of the furniture from the price of the real estate.[...]

[...] Does he have the right?

Article-by-article estimation of movable objects is in principle indispensable.

There are tolerances:
- for intangible rights (goods or economic values that do not have a physical existence, such as copyrights, trademarks, patents, customers ...), a separate price is sufficient, A special designation;
- Objects of the same nature (materials, livestock, crockery, cookware, etc.) can be estimated globally.