Diplomatic missions and consular posts of the Republic of Armenia in foreign countries can notarize documents for submission at the territory of the Republic of Armenia. They may also certify documents designated for use in foreign countries, with the provision that they are in one way or another related to the citizens of the Republic of Armenia, as well as documents and their copies belonging to foreign nationals if they relate to their activities or residence in Armenia.
Diplomatic missions and consular posts perform only the following notary services:
- certify the transaction (the contracts, wills, powers of attorney, etc.), except for contracts for the alienation and mortgage of immovable property situated in the territory of the Republic of Armenia;
- take measures to protect the inherited property;
- issue inheritance law certificate;
- issue certificate of title to share in the joint property of spouses;
- certify the authenticity of the copies of documents and extracts from them;
- certify the authenticity of signatures on documents;
- certify the accuracy of the translation of documents;
- certify the fact of a citizen being alive;
- certify the fact of a citizen being in a particular place;
- certify the identity of the citizen with the person shown in the photograph;
- certify the time of presentation of documents;
- accept the deposit of money, valuables and documents.
Click here for the rates of state fees for consular legalization and notary services.
For more information about notary services, you may contact the nearest diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Armenia (click here for the list).