Notaries, Officials, Administration, Copies, Policies and Reception. All at your disposal. In this section you will find the main procedures that you can do at the Notary’s office, as well as the necessary documentation.
D.N.I. of the person who promotes the act that has to be a descendant, ascendant or spouse of the deceased (it is enough that it is a single person for the act, although for the inheritance they will have to sign all the declared heirs); otherwise the declaration of heirs has to be judicial.
Certificate of last will and testament
Literal certificate of marriage of the deceased if married
Literal birth certificates of the children
D.N.I. or certificate of registration of the deceased to verify the last address
2 witnesses who knew the deceased
Powers of attorney
It allows a person or company to appoint another as their representative to act on their behalf.
If you are unmarried and are going to get married: D.N.I. of the two contracting parties place and date in which they intend to get married.
If you are married and you are going to make a liquidation of the community of property: DNI of both, family book, titles of the goods that are going to be liquidated, scheme of values and distributions
Constitution of companies
It is the act in which the founding partners proceed to sign the deed of incorporation before a notary.
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