Scope of Services
A notary public is appointed to perform activities which the parties are obliged to or wish to provide in a notary form (notarial activities). The office of Notary Public Dariusz Wojtczak provides his clients with a full range of notary services provided for in the applicable law. According to the Act dated 14th February 1991, “The Law on Notaries”, the notary public performs the following activities:
- prepares notarial deeds, the most typical of which are: sale agreement, preliminary sale agreement, agreement terminating the preliminary sale agreement, conditional sale agreement, ownership transfer agreement, developer agreement, donation agreement, life annuity agreement, exchange agreement, agreement for the establishing of separate ownership of the flat/apartment, agreement for the dissolution of joint ownership, agreement for the inheritance division, marriage property agreement (including property separation), contract terminating the marriage contract, contract for the division of joint property, declaration on the establishing of easement, declaration on establishing a mortgage, declaration on submission to enforcement/execution, company’s agreement, company’s articles of association, articles of association of joint stock company, a declaration on the transformation of the entrepreneur into a limited liability company, a declaration on the establishing of a foundation, settlement agreement, a last will (including with an order, with ordinary bequest, with recovery bequest, disinheritance), revocation of a will, inheritance waiver agreement, declaration of acceptance or rejection of inheritance, power of attorney, protocol to the land and mortgage register application,
- draws up deeds of inheritance certification,
- takes actions relating with the European Certificate of Succession,
- draws up the certificates:
- of the hand-written signature certification,
- on the compliance of the extract, excerpt or copy with the presented document,
- the date of presenting the document,
- about the person being alive or in a specific place,
- delivers the declarations,
- writes down the protocols:
- General Meetings of social organizations, associations, cooperatives, companies and other legal entities in cases provided for by law,
- in order to determine the course of certain activities and events,
causing legal effects, in particular, concerning the appearance of the parties and the statements made by them, and – at the request of the appearing party – failure of the other party to appear,
- makes the protests of promissory notes and checks,
- accepts money and securities for safekeeping, documents, data made on the computer data carrier, which is mentioned in the rules on the computerization of activity of legal entities realizing the public tasks,
- makes the excerpts, copies and abstracts of the documents,
- upon the parties’ requests makes the drafts of deeds, statements and other documents,
- submits the applications for entry in the Land and Mortgage Register, together with documents constituting the basis for an entry in the land and mortgage register,
- makes the other operations resulting from the separate legal rules.
The notary public provides the parties with the necessary explanations regarding the notarial activity being performed. The Notary performs notarial activities at the Notary’s Office in Ostrów Wielkopolski, as well as in any other place, if it is justified by the nature of the activity or special circumstances.
Documents and Fees
- tax on the civil law transactions (PCC),
- inheritance and donation tax (SD),
- court fees on applications for entry in the Land and Mortgage Register,
- fees for entry into the Inheritance Register.
Where are we?
Write to us
- The administrator of personal data is the notary Dariusz Wojtczak.
- The seat of the personal data administrator is at the address: 63-400 Ostrów Wielkopolski, ul. Sądowa 1/2.
- The collected personal data are processed in order to perform the tasks pursuant to the Act of 14th February, 1991, “The Law on Notaries” and Art. 6, letter ‘e’ of the European Parliament and European Council Regulation no. 2016/679 dated 27th April 2016
- Providing of personal data in the scope of the applicable provisions of legal acts and regulations concerning the activities is necessary and legally required. Failure to provide the data results in the inability of performing the notarial activities.
- Personal data will be stored for 10 years.
- You have the right to access your data contents. You can correct or update them. You have the right to place a complaint with the supervisory authority.
- You have the right to limit the processing of data or deleting them, as long as it is not contrary to the law.