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Functions of consular officer

Created: 2014.08.11 / Updated: 2021.01.04 13:14

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  • Consular officer can
    NOTARIAL ACTS PERFORMED BY CONSULAR OFFICERS FROM JANUARY 1, 2021, ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 27 OF THE LAW ON NOTARIES OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA

    Consular Officers of the Republic of Lithuania perform the following notarial acts:

    • Issue repatriation certificates;
    • Last wills and testaments;
    • Powers of attorney;
    • Applications for confirmation of paternity;
    • Up-front instructions;
    • Agreements regarding assistance for rendering decisions;
    • Written consents of the spouse and co-owners for entering into transactions;
    • Co-owners’ declarations allowing partial sale of a jointly owned property on priority rights;
    • Proof of life documents of a person as well as their present location;
    • Time of submission of documents;
    • Applications renouncing inheritances;

    Attest:

    • Authenticity of copies of documents and their extracts;
    • uthenticity of signatures

    Stores last wills and testaments

    Performs other notarial acts provided by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.
  • Consular officer cannot
    • Act as a travel agent or interpreter;
    • Act as a lawyer, investigator or law enforcement officer;
    • Provide services of funeral companies;
    • Provide bank or post office services;
    • Act as intermediary for the issuance of visas, employment or permission to live or work in a foreign country;
    • Provide accommodation or hotel services;
    • Ensure or request improved treatment for the citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who are arrested or convicted abroad;
    • Lend or otherwise give money, hire a lawyer or pay any bills.

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