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A Notary Public is an official authorized to perform notarial activities required by the legal provisions, or if the parties wish to do so (notarial actions/notarial services).

Notarial actions performed by a Notary Public in accordance with the existing law have the status of official documents. At the request of the party, a Notary Public may additionally offer services in a foreign language, using their own knowledge of the language as demonstrated in the manner prescribed for sworn translators. Alternatively, a sworn translator’s assistance may be enlisted.

Notary services:

1. Drawing up notarial authenticity acts, eg.:

  1. authenticity acts relating to REAL ESTATE:
    • sales contracts and donations
    • changing co-ownership and termination of co-ownership
    • establishing a separate ownership of the premises
    • ownership transfer agreement
    • establishing easements, mortgage liens and second mortgages
    • statements regarding the exercise of the right of redemption or the right of preemption
  2. authenticity acts relating to INHERITANCE LAW:
    • drawing up last wills and testaments (including testamentary gift)
    • authenticity acts of succession certifications
    • opening and reading out last wills and testaments
    • certificates of appointment of the executor
    • statements regarding the acceptance or renunciation of inheritance
    • agreements regarding the division of inheritance
    • agreements regarding the alienation of inheritance
    • disclaimers of succession
  3. authenticity acts relating to FAMILY LAW:
    • marital property agreements
    • division of joint marital property
  4. authenticity acts relating to COMMERCIAL LAW
    • limited partnership agreements and general partnership agreements
    • limited liability company agreements
    • articles of association of limited joint-stock partnerships and general partnership agreements
    • articles of association of commercial company and amendment of articles of association
    • resolutions on the merger of the company
    • shares sale-purchase agreement

2. Certifications:

  1. certification of the authenticity of signature
  2. certification of copies and abstracts
  3. certifying the date of the submission of a document
  4. certification of translation accuracy

3. Minutes:

minutes of partners’ meetings, minutes of shareholders’ meetings, minutes of meetings of the members of real estate company, minutes of meetings of other legal persons and other types of subjects

4. Certificates of the submission to the enforcement clause

5. Safe-keeping of documents, money and securities

6. Preparing true and correct copies and abstracts

7. Undertaking any other actions arising under separate laws or regulations.

If you are not sure which notarial action might be appropriate, you should contact the Notary Office in person, by phone or e-mail, so that a notarial appointment can be booked and the required documents can be collected. An initial free-of-charge interview with the Notary Public is recommended if the party is uncertain as to the type of a notarial action, the most advantageous way of protecting personal and family interests, as well as in case of any uncertainty.