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As of January 1, 2012, the italian consular offices, including the Consulate General Italy in Cologne, Stuttgart, Munich, Frankfurt no longer exercise notarial functions, taking into account that the German notariats have joined the International Union of Notaries (U.I.N.L.).

Urkunde

This law firm elaborates the drafts intended for authentication within the framework of the current Italian legislation and coordinates the stipulation of the notarial deed by a German notary public. The most frequently requested notary services are:

Special power of attorney to sell properties in Italy
- Wills
- Public Acts
- Declaration in lieu of affidavit in the event of succession, the possibility of certifying the conformity of a publication to the original.

The Public Proxy in Italy

Power of attorney is the act by which a person (represented) confers on another person (representative) the power to act in his name and on his behalf in the performance of legal acts the effects of which will have direct effect on the represented person. The power of attorney shall have no effect unless it is conferred in the form prescribed for the act to be concluded by the representative.

WARNING: Given the wide powers that are attributed to the Prosecutor according to the delegation of interest, including

- legally bind the principals, set the sale price, collect advance payments and payments,

it is suggested, as a precaution, to appoint only one person of absolute reliability, in order to avoid fraud linked to the main act. Please note that, according to current legislation for real estate purchases and sales, payment is made by bank transfer or bank draft, which is made out to the name of the Prosecutor and cashed by the Prosecutor. If the same does not collect the payments received, an Italian court will have to be applied. The person who has granted an authorization may revoke it at any time, unless it has been specified in the deed that the authorization is irrevocable. In order to obtain the revocation of a power of attorney, the interested party must present himself to the Law Firm with a copy of the power of attorney that he intends to revoke or, in its absence, with all the essential data of the same. The firm will forward the revocation to the revoked public prosecutor and to the Italian notary with whom the revoked public prosecutor's office was deposited.

NECESSARY DATA AND DOCUMENTS

Special power of attorney for the purchase or sale of real estate. The following documents are required to grant such a power of attorney:

- an identification document from the person represented, tax code, the property regime chosen is the commune of assets
- the full details of the person to whom the authorisation is to be granted real estate

 Special power of attorney for inheritance acceptance. The following documents are required to grant such a power of attorney:

- an ID card, your social security number,
- the full details of the person to whom the authorisation is to be granted,
- the data of the deceased, including the place and date of birth and death.

 Special power of attorney for waiver of inheritance. The following documents are required to grant such a power of attorney:

- an identification document, your tax identification number
- the full details of the person to whom the authorisation is to be granted
- the data of the deceased, including the place and date of birth and death
- two witnesses present.

Special power of attorney for acceptance of donation. The following documents are required to grant such a power of attorney:

- an identification document, your tax identification number
- the full details of the person to whom the authorisation is to be granted
- the details of the donor
- a detailed description of the goods to be donated
- resence of two witnesses

 

Pagliaro Law Firm. We've been working in the German-Italian legal field for over 20 years. Bilingual correspondence.

Other legal services:

Italian Citizenship - legal assistance with purchase and repurchase,
Right of first name - change of name and surname,
Family State - registration judgments separation, degree of parentage,
Consular law - judicial assistance

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