The notary in Turkey

All you need to know about the notary in Turkey and its tasks

The notary in Turkey
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Last update 14-09-2023
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What is a Notary in Turkey?

The Notary in Turkey is a public official with specific qualifications and unique legal status. He gives legal authority to various documents and transactions of natural or legal persons and performs other duties through the authority granted to him by law.

The Notary in Turkey is a necessity that every resident citizen coming to Turkey deals with; which is an office (notary public) in which all papers, documents, and documents are documented so that no other party is forced to verify the authenticity of seals and documents, and includes in its powers the documentation of various types of real estate and non-real estate contracts. So that is what will be explained.

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Notary tasks:

Authentication of documents (passports, birth certificates, identity cards, marriage contracts, lease contracts, driving records, and education certificates of all stages) and the removal of agencies, public and private. In addition to documenting commercial agreements, signatures, and seals, any document that needs a translation into the Turkish language should be notarized by the Noter to confirm its authenticity.

The most important documents that are certified by Notary in Turkey

Many documents require notarization, such as marriage contracts, public and private agencies, purchase and sale contracts and rent, study certificates, driver's certificates, personal identity, passport, and invitation requests to visit Turkey.

What is the cost of the Notary in Turkey for the year 2022?

Notary prices vary from time to time, depending on the document, its type, and the number of pages, and the cost of the notifier in Turkey for the year 2022 is as follows:

The car sales fee is  318 TL.
The documentation fee for a one-sided document is 79 TL.
The documentation fee for a two-sided paper is 120 TL.
Power of attorney fee, 192 TL.

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Notary working hours in Turkey?

Notary offices work in Turkish territory from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., except on Saturdays and Sundays of every week.

Where are the Notary offices?

In every region of the Turkish provinces, Notary have offices, and they can be searched through the Google Maps application, which directs us to the nearest office.

How do I do the notary procedures?

The notarization procedures are straightforward, as it is sufficient to translate the documents to be certified through a sworn translator, then go to the Notary office and deliver the original with the translation under the seal of the sworn translator. Then, after paying the costs, the documents are certified and officially approved.

The importance of translating documents into Turkish

There is great importance in translating documents into Turkish, as official departments, universities, and various institutions do not accept the existence of any document not certified by the Notary.

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