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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.

A notary is:

1.Security guarantee and legality: the aim is that the contract, business or declaration is set to legality and is unassailable. The deed is irrefutable behind a court of Justice: no one doubts its veracity.

2.Tranquillity: sign any documents authorized by a notary, reassures that the business or contract is final, immovable and creates effects.

3.Proximity: its territorial distribution always gives options to choose freely a notary close to you.

4.A highly qualified professional: to become a Notary requires intense and deep studies, which are checked with a mechanism severe and objective selection. Notaries constantly improve their professional skills according to regional, national and international levels.

5.Independence: notaries are only constrained by the law.

6.Innovation: Notaries try to anticipate and prevent new social and technological requirements and adapt their functions permanently to any innovation.

7.Efficiency: The cost of the notarial intervention is much lower than the social and economic costs avoided. Only an insignificant part of the bill you pay, belongs to the notary. Mostly is a provision for covering taxes, fees for registers, managers and other expenses generated by notarial procedures, payable on behalf of the client.


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