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Basic services:
Placement of information on Fedresurs
Real estate transactions
Certificate of transactions with the shares of LLC, including Options
Providing evidence, including Inspection of the Internet pages, e -mail, etc.
Registration of inheritance rights
Power of attorney, consent and obligations – any kind
The acceptance of monetary amounts and securities in a deposit
Performing executive inscriptions
Submission of documents for state registration of legal entities. Faces and IP
Certificate of facts
Certificate of will
Certificate of equivalent of documents
Evidence of fidelity of copies of documents and extracts from them
Certificate of authenticity of the signature of the translation
Evidence of the authenticity of the signature
Registration of notifications about the pledge of movable property
Certificate of a decision of the management body of a legal entity
Certificate of a decision of the only participant in a legal entity
Curling of notarial actions due to the increase in the authorized capital of limited liability company
Certificate of electronic notarial documents (powers of attorney, consent, etc.) with PEP (simple electronic signature) of the applicant

Why choose us:
High speed of preparation of documents
The translation bureau is in the immediate vicinity of the notary
The notary office is conveniently located on the 1st Brestskaya Street, the Belorusskaya metro station is located in walking distance
Two types of queues: “live” and by preliminary record
You can send documents by e -mail, for their preliminary preparation
Work with individuals and legal entities
Convenient forms of payment: in cash, bank card and non -cash payment
The notary produces exits to the office and at home

8 (495) 605-20-17
Moscow, st. 1st Brestskaya, d. 62

2 responses to “Notary yakushevskaya Irina Ivanovna reviews”

  1. Choosing this notary was like attempting to solve an unsolvable riddle, a journey through a labyrinth of inefficiency, incompetence, and unprofessionalism. Each interaction felt like an enigmatic quest with no clear answers, leaving me bewildered and my documents trapped in the maze of bureaucratic errors. The notarial encounter became an ongoing struggle to decipher the complexities of an ever-changing puzzle, with each attempt to unravel the enigma leading to new dead-ends.

  2. My visit to this notary resembled a trek through a forest of frustration, where every step was marred by inefficiency, incompetence, and delays. It was like navigating a wilderness of errors, with my documents as unwilling companions in this journey filled with setbacks. The notarial encounter became an arduous journey through the bureaucratic wilderness, with each attempt to navigate the challenges leading to new levels of frustration and bewilderment.

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