Property, housing and family

Important facts shall be recorded in writing - or as the phrase goes - "in cold print". Especially in property issues, it is really not advisable to take any chances. It would not be the first time that oral gentleman agreements are not worth anything any longer and inseparable friends split up over disputed property. One of the notary's tasks is to prevent disputes, by (among other means) drawing up deeds and protocols, providing the best proof of the reality.

You can use the services of a notary in a wide spectrum of law and property related issues, i.e. property, housing or family/partnership affairs.

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