A duly authentic notarial act has the essential characteristics that differentiates it from other legal documents:
Probative force: the act confers the indisputable nature of the facts presented and identified by the notary
Enforceability as a final judgment; The notary, like a magistrate, plays an important role in non-contentious judgments.
A notary is a legal expert who works alongside you to secure your projects.
Our role as notaries is not only to draft documents. We are also there to provide you solutions tailored to your needs.
ANTICIPATING CLIENT NEEDS
As notaries, our role is not limited to answering your questions, but we also anticipate your current and future needs, in order to provide you with the personalized solutions.
ROLE AS MEDIATOR
A Notary is a mediator
By virtue of the notary’s role being to seek out contractual balance while also calming the relations between the parties involved
In the event of dispute, a notary can be appointed by the parties to reach an amicable solution to a conflict by facilitating dialogue with full independence and impartiality.
COURT APPOINTED EXPERT
A notary can be appointed by a judge as a legal expert, particularly in divorces and conflictual succession settlements. A notary in such role acts with independence and impartiality.
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