What is a Notary?
A Notary is that person settled by the government who is authorized to attest, in accordance with the law, contracts, deeds, and other documents of extrajudicial nature (Article 1 of the Law on Notaries). Therefore, a Notary draws up deeds, interferes policies, authorizes acts and issues testimonies, authentications and certifications.
A Notary is a "Lawyer" or person with legal training and at the same time, has the status of public officer which involve the exercise of public faith.
As a lawyer, The Notary try to find out the real willingness of the people who require notarial services, advise them and inform impartially on the most appropriate for their purposes, always keeping to the right solutions. And, if necessary, proceed to draft and approve the relevant public documents.
As public officers, notaries attest the accuracy of the facts they see, hear or perceive with their senses as well as the authenticity of the statements of intent made by the parties in the public instrument. In short, notaries are public officers at your service which can advise the best option for your situation or problem.