We provide all notarial services

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The notary shall certify that the signatory has signed the instrument in his or her own handwriting or has acknowledged the signature on the instrument as his or her own. To certify the signature, you must come in person. The notary does not certify the truth of the facts stated in the deed by this act. Also in this case, the notary may certify the signature only on a document whose content he can assess. You will need
  • valid ID (ID card or passport)
  • the deed (which you sign)
A notary shall certify the accuracy of a copy of a deed if he can reliably assess its contents. If the notary does not know the language in which the instrument is drawn up, he shall invite the applicant to provide an official translation into the national language. We certify copies made in Slovak, Czech, English and German. You will need
  • the document (the original or a certified copy of the document from which you wish to make a certified copy)
The commercial register and the register of deeds are publicly accessible. The notary shall issue the applicant with an extract from the commercial register or a certificate stating that a certain entry does not exist in the commercial register. It takes approximately 30 minutes to produce the extract. You will need
  • valid ID (ID card or passport)
  • company name or registration number

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In the form of a notarial deed, we prepare all types of contracts under civil and commercial law, in particular purchase contracts, gift contracts and contracts for the establishment of easements (e.g. the right of lifetime use of real estate in the event of its transfer), exchange contracts, contracts, loan agreements, which include the recognition of the debtor’s obligation and the declaration of the obliged person according to the Execution Code. In connection with the drafting of the contract, we provide complete legal advice, including related acts. If the contract concerns the transfer of immovable property, we prepare a proposal for entry into the cadastral register, provide representation in the cadastral proceedings, including the conversion of documents from paper to electronic form and electronic submission to the cadastral register of immovable property.

In the context of commercial companies, the notary most often certifies the proceedings of general meetings and meetings of legal entities. In addition, we arrange for the incorporation and all changes in commercial companies.

At the request of the parties, we certify facts which could be the basis for the exercise of rights or which could have legal consequences.

In addition to the aforementioned certification of the proceedings of general meetings and meetings of legal persons, this may include certification of the proceedings of a voluntary auction, certification of the time of presentation of a deed, certification of the conduct of a lottery, certification of facts published on a website, certification of a declaration of possession or facts laid down by a special regulation (for example, of compliance with the conditions for registration in the register of recipients of a share of the tax paid).

On the basis of the request of the entitled person, we ensure the registration of the pledge in the Notarial Central Register of Pledges, the registration of changes to the data on the pledge, the commencement of the enforcement of the pledge and the deletion of the pledge in the Register of Pledges.

You can draw up your will at a notary in the form of a notarial deed. The advantage is the professional execution and also the compulsory registration of the will in the Notarial Central Register of Wills. You can therefore be sure that the will will be found during the probate process. In this context, we also draw up instruments of disinheritance and decisions on the choice of law.

In the context of the succession agenda, the notary is authorised by the competent court to perform the necessary acts in relation to the settlement of the succession of the deceased in accordance with Law 161/2015 (Civil Procedure Code) and related legislation. The court commissioner cannot be chosen by the client.

The notary shall accept into notarial custody:

  • Wills,
  • other documents (if it can assess their content) and certificated securities,
  • money if it has been handed over to the notary with a request to deliver it to a specific recipient or to dispose of it in accordance with a contract or a special regulation,
  • movable property if it is an escrow for the purpose of discharging an obligation.

We ensure registration of the voluntary auction in the Notary Central Register of Auctions. We also execute changes to the notice of the voluntary auction, abandonment of the auction, frustration and invalidity of the auction, the result of the auction. We also certify the course of the voluntary auction as one of the legally significant facts.