The notary provides free and impartial advice and tells you the best way to successfully achieve your goals within the framework that complies with civil, commercial, administrative and fiscal law.
It is essential that you go to the notary who you have chosen freely in the first phase of the negotiation. Do not sign any type of private agreement before the public deed without having consulted your notary and have no qualms about expressing your doubts and concerns over any issue relating to the processing of the deed, with taxes, records, etc. If you decide that for now you do not agree or do not want to do what you projected, the notary will not charge you for that consultation.
The notary is obliged to provide legal advice, interpret, configure and authenticate the will of all parties under the law and especially to those most in need of protection (Article 147 of the Notarial Regulations).
As a public official, the notary will adapt any document, statement or action that individuals require to the strictest legality and will verify that the businesses wanted by the parties fulfil the requirements of the law.