Notarial deeds performed by notaries

  • Certification of transactions;
  • Issuance of inheritance title certificates;
  • Issuance of certificates of title to a part of marital common property;
  • Authentication of copies and extracts of documents;
  • Authentications of signatures on documents;
  • Certification of authenticity of document translations from one language to another;
  • Certification of fact that a natural person is alive and in a specific location;
  • Acceptance for safe custody of wills equivalent to official wills and personal wills;
  • Attestation of document delivery time;
  • Delivery of applications by natural and legal persons to other natural and legal persons;
  • Acceptance of money for deposit;
  • Acceptance of maritime liens;
  • Protests of promissory notes and cheques;
  • Entry of enforcement clauses of the protested and non-protestable promissory notes and cheques;
  • Drawing up and attestation of documents on the authenticity of documents submitted by legal persons to the Register of Legal Persons and certification that legal persons can be registered as a result of satisfaction of obligations or presence of circumstances prescribed in laws or incorporation documents;
  • Attestation of conformity of incorporation documents of legal persons to legislative provisions;
  • Other notarial deeds provided for by laws.

Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries

Olimpiečių str. 4, 09237 Vilnius
Identifier 301538058
Tel. (8 5) 261 4757
Fax. (8 5) 261 4660
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Civil-law notaries, or Latin notaries, are lawyers of noncontentious private civil law who draft, take, and record legal instruments for private parties, provide legal advice and give attendance in person, and are vested as public officers with the authentication power of the State. Unlike notaries public, their common-law counterparts, civil-law notaries are highly-trained, licensed practitioners providing a full range of regulated legal services, and whereas they hold a public office, they nonetheless operate usually – but not always – in private practice and are paid on a fee-for-service basis. They often receive the same education as attorneys at civil law but without qualifications in advocacy, procedural law, or the law of evidence, somewhat comparable to solicitor training in certain common-law countries. -- wikipedia.org

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