Fees and Charges
The court fee payable in respect of the application for an entry in the land and mortgage register, referred to in the executed notarial deed, shall be paid by the party to the transaction responsible for covering it, in cash to the performing notary or by transfer to the Office’s bank account. The received payments shall be transferred by the notary to the bank account of the local court competent to process the application or in cash at the payment office of this court. The amount of the court fee collected by the notary for the action is regulated in the 28th July 2005 Act on Court Costs in Civil Matters (consolidated version: Journal of Laws of 2010, No 90, Text 594 as amended).
The notary’s remuneration is determined individually on a per transaction basis by agreement with the parties thereto. It is governed by detailed provisions setting out maximum rates for every specific service, laid down in the 28th June 2004 Regulation of the Minister of Justice on Maximum Rates of Notary Fees (consolidated version: J. of L. of 2013, Text 237).
As tax remitters, notaries are obliged under tax law to compute and collect tax from the parties liable to pay it and disburse the amount within the prescribed time-limit to the appropriate tax authority. Tax on civil law transactions is payable only with respect to transactions specified in the pertinent legal Act, executed in the form of a notarized deed.
Notary fees and disbursements (tax, court fees): 21 1050 1025 1000 0092 7189 1278
Deposits: 59 1050 1025 1000 0092 7189 2243
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