A Notary Officer is an Attorney at Law invested with Public Faith by the State and authorized to give public faith of deeds and facts.
Its labor requires him or her to be a person with a high sense of ethics and legality when acting. Society entrusts him/her to carry out the necessary acts to give order to the estate and other legal aspects of persons.
A Notary Officer helps and gives advice to people to carry out procedures of several nature to be included into a Protocol (into Public Deed) such as purchase-sale agreements, testaments and testamentary or intestate successions, ownership conveyances, granting of mortgages, formation of companies and corporations, as well as other deeds related to them, powers of attorney, etc. And likewise, Outside Protocol, such as letters of instructions, testimonial declarations, donation of organs and documents of anticipated will (ratified by him/her), etc.Read more