The notary shall be provided with information about foreigners that you invite, i.e. Surname, name, year of birth, period of stay in Ukraine. The statement is referred to customs and border authorities of Ukraine, and all to whom it may concern.
Usually, this statement is provided by the citizens of Ukraine for marriage abroad.
It is a declarative statement, i.e. the notary does not check this fact (no marriage), but only certifies signature of a person in the document.
According to art. 65 of the Family Code of Ukraine, consent for conclusion of agreement, requiring notarization and (or) state registration, shall be certified by the notary. Wife/husband is enabled to apply to court with a claim to recognize the agreement as invalid and concluded by the other spouse without her/his consent, if this agreement goes outside the bound of small internal one.
The exception is disposal of property, belonging to one of the spouse personally.
Such property includes:
Legal status of the mutual property of the spouses also may be changed by the marriage contract, concluded between the spouses or a courting couple.
To certify the signature in the letter of consent, the notary shall be provided with the original of the marriage certificate, as well as, if available, documents, evidencing title for property, which is the subject of disposal by one of the spouses or provide information about it.
The notary shall be provided with information about countries, which the child will visit, period of child stay abroad, data about accompanying person. The document to be provided to the notary is child birth certificate.
To certify signature in such a letter, it does not matter if the spouses are married or not.
Written official notice, written evidence (statement of fact) under oath. The person bears sole responsibility for the validity of data, provided in affidavit, the notary certifies signature in this document. Usually, such a certificate is used for application abroad. The notary is to be provided with the documents, mentioned by the person in affidavit and are bound together.
The legislature establishes period of 6 months since the date of death of the testator, within which all heirs, willing to inherit property or refuse from it, shall claim about it. The signature in the certificate of the heirs concerning inheritance may be certified by any notary, however it will be addressed to the notary, commencing the inheritance case, as of the last residence place of the testator (deceased person).
The notary shall be provided with information about date of death of the testaror, last place of residence, as well as in case of refusal in favour of the other person – his/her surname, name and patronym.
The notary certifies authenticity of signature in the documents, the contents of which does not contradict law and which are not deeds, as well as do not contain data that discredit honor and dignity of a person.
The notary certifies true copies of the documents if they do not contradict law, have legal value and their certification is not prohibited by law.
To certify translator’s signature in the translation of document from one language into another, the notary shall be provided with the document, evidencing his/her qualification (diploma, certificate etc), as well as original or certified according to the law copy of the document that was translated to be bound.
The notary certifies validity of translation of the document from one language into another. Original or certified according to the law copy of the document to be accurately translated shall be submitted to be bound.
The notary certifies the following facts: that natural person is alive;
The notary transfers statements of natural persons and legal entities to other natural persons or legal entities if they do not contradict law, as well as do not contain data that discredit honor and dignity of a person. The statements shall be submitted to the notary no less than in two copies, duly executed, one of which is sent by mail with with return notification or personally delivered to the addressee against receipt.
Apostille affixing is carried out upon the request of any person who submits the relevant document by his personal application to a notary public.
Apostille documents can be submitted by anyone, regardless of who owns these documents
List of required documents:
The apostille is affixed within two working days.
The notary shall be provided only with originals of documents to conduct notarization!
It is not permitted to conduct notarization when persons - its participants or their authorised representatives are absent.
The following shall be submitted:
In case when a representative of a natural person acts, the following shall be submitted:
The following shall be submitted:
If the legal entity is registered after 2016, than instead of submitting the original of the Charter and copy (extract), only code of description may be informed - in this case the notary will be able to familiarise with the documents online.
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