Advice 1: As a notarized copy of the document

A notarized copy of the documents you may need, both physical and legal entity in many situations. This is one of the most common reasons for citizens to notaries. Steps to certification of true copies in Russia are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Law "fundamentals of RF legislation on notaries" (V. 77-79)
As a notarized copy of the document
You will need
  • the original pledge documents;
  • -passport;
  • -notary;
  • -money.
To assure a copy of the document can only be a notary, so find out in advance the address of the nearest notary public offices and their hours of operation. In accordance with the law, any citizen can assure the necessary documents, without being their owner. The exception is the situation of certification of the copy of the passport, which must be present.
Check the document, a copy of which you want to be notarized. In accordance with Federal law for him to meet a number of requirements: the sheet should be holistic, not salaminians, must not contain any unreadable or strikethrough text, or seals, should not be pencil inscriptions. In that case, if the document consists of two pages, they all must be bound, numbered, sealed and signed by an authorized officer.There are also certain types of documents, copies of which, in principle, not subject to notarial certification. These include: diplomas without a registration number; the contract in the simple written form; the paper marked "secret"; medical documents according to the order of the Ministry of health and several others.
Immediately before the procedure of certified copies a notary will need to verify your identity. Use for this purpose your passport. After that, he will make xeroa copy of the document and certify it with their seal and signature. Then pay the notary fee according to the valid price list (in Moscow, the average cost of these works is 100 rubles per page).
Keep notarized copies of your documents as long as necessary, because in accordance with the law, their validity is not limited. It is best to store them at home or with relatives. Then in the event of a force majeure situation they can use immediately.

Advice 2 : As notarize documents

One of the most popular services provided by notaries is the certification of copies of documents. They have the same legal force as the originals, and may be useful to you during the registration of inheritance, when obtaining a loan, while applying for a job and for other purposes. In order for a notary to certify documents, you must perform a number of actions.
As notarize documents
You will need
  • the originals of the documents;
  • - copies of documents;
  • - passport
For the notarial certificate of the authenticity of copies of the document contact only you can. Certification of copy of power of attorney only if it stipulates that authority.
First of all, make sure that you need the document to be notarized. Keep in mind that the employee notaries can not certify documentsthat do not have registration number, date of adoption, signatures of officials and seals. To refuse to provide the services of authentication, the notary may and in that case, if you provide documents poorly readable, are amendments pencil writing and strikethrough printing on them is erased or made illegible. All parts of the document consisting of several sheets must be numbered and stitched.
Make required number of photocopies of a document subject to certification. They should be clear and readable. If the content of the document placed on both parties, a copy must also be bilateral.
In order to notarize the documents, you will need a passport, original documents and required number of copies. First the notary will check whether your documents legislature requirements. Then it will compare the submitted copies with the originals.
Further, the employee notary's office on the last page of the copy will put the stamp of her certification, his personal stamp, signature and stamp with the end of the name of the settlement, for example, "Islands".
Put your signature in a special register, containing your passport data, name of document, number of pages and the number of notarized copies.

Advice 3 : What documents can assure notaries

The transaction, contract, or other contractual relationships between the subjects requires signing large numbers of documents. However, in some cases, in order to have legal effect, would require notarization.
What documents can assure notaries
In General, the main function of the notary in the Russian Federation is the authentication of documents and their copies that may be required in various cases. The exercise of notarial acts, and the requirements and limitations of their Commission is established in our country a special legal act: law No. 4462-I dated February 11, 1993, entitled "fundamentals of RF legislation on notaries".

Documents to be notarized

To apply for the notarial certificate to the specialist with a variety of documents that are issued by both state bodies and physical or legal persons. In accordance with the law on notaries and other legal acts of our country there are several categories of documents that are subject to obligatory certification by a notary. These include documents such as marriage contract, annuity contract or annuity, a statement of acceptance of the inheritance, the will, the permission of parents on departure of the minor child abroad and some others.

Notarized may be other documents in the case, if circumstances so require. For example, under the terms of the transaction between the parties require notarization of all accompanying documents. However, it is necessary to ensure that such documents meet the requirements of the legislation: the text is written clearly, all contained numbers at least once spelled out words, eliminating discrepancies, and all the data involved in the transaction of natural or legal persons are written in full, without abbreviations. If the required document is executed on several sheets, these sheets should be stitched, numbered and sealed. In addition, you should make sure that submitted to the certification documents do not contain features that might interfere with the notary to attest to their authenticity.

Restrictions on notarization

The instances when a notary may refuse to certify documents, enshrined in article 45 of the law on notaries. The specified section of the given normative legal act, in particular, establishes that the expert has no right to notarize documents that contain erasures, corrections, and strikeouts, and also paper, written in pencil. In addition, you will be given the assurance of the text, which by reason of disrepair or due to the impact of other factors was unreadable or illegible.
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