Nataliya Volodymyrivna Ivashchenko

Certification of the authenticity of signatures on documents by a notary public

Certification of the authenticity of signatures on documents by a notary public

Attestation of the authenticity of the signature on documents by a notary is an action that confirms that the signature on the document was made by the person indicated on the document.

To certify the signature of an individual on documents, you must have:

passport; registration number of the taxpayer's registration card (identification code); birth certificate - if the individual is a minor under 16 years of age;

To certify the signature of a legal entity on documents, you must have:

founding documents of a legal entity; extract from the Unified State Register; for a representative of a legal entity - a passport; if an official acts on behalf of a legal entity - a document that provides for the authority of the person and certifies his official position; if a representative acts on behalf of a legal entity under a power of attorney - a power of attorney.

To certify the authenticity of the translator's signature on documents, the translator must have:

passport, registration number of the taxpayer's registration card (identification code); a diploma confirming the translator's qualification;

On which documents is it prohibited to certify the authenticity of the signature?

The notary certifies the signature only on documents:

the content of which does not contradict the law;

which do not contain information that defames the honor and dignity of a person;

which do not have the nature of agreements.

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