The amount you pay to the notary for a purchase, a gift, or any other type of acts, includes:
- the taxes paid to the Public Treasury,
- the expenses,
- and fees for the notarial service (expenses of the notarial office, associates and notaries).
Because the notary fulfills a function of public interest, he is bound by a tariff instituted by the law, strictly regulated and applicable throughout the territory.
The remuneration of the notarial office can correspond to :
- either proportional/fixed emoluments (fixed by decree) for all acts and formalities for which the public authorities have decided so such as marriage contracts, gifts, sales and loans.
- or fees for all acts whose decree provides that the remuneration is freely agreed between the notaries and their clients (such as commercial leases, company acts, real estate negotiations, consultations, etc.).