This is a service that offers you two modalities that you can choose according to your needs, individually or jointly if you wish.
We offer you the possibility of carrying out:
- Obtaining notarial documents that you need to process before a notary, regardless of the steps that need to be taken to obtain them. This service includes accompaniment to the act if it requires your presence.
- If we do not take care of the previous steps, we can also accompany you to the notarial act if you wish or need us to do so. Therefore, you can contract personalised assistance and accompaniment, i.e. a Campussing assistant can accompany you in order to provide personalised support and, if necessary, act as an interpreter or help you with the formalities to be carried out before the notary.
All Campussing members sign a strict confidentiality and data protection agreement, so if any of our Campussing team members assist you, you should know beforehand that they have all signed a full confidentiality agreement for life.
This service is always offered in Spanish and English, but if another language is required, this must be quoted separately.
These are some of the procedures that we can carry out within the framework of this service:
- Incorporation of commercial companies: The act of founding a company in which basic elements are defined: initial capital, domicile, legal regime, etc. Commercial companies are set up in accordance with commercial legislation, regardless of whether their purpose is commercial, and can be public limited companies and limited companies, among others.
- Purchase and sale: Contract by virtue of which one of the contracting parties undertakes to transfer the ownership of a thing or right and the other party undertakes to pay an agreed price for it. It may be for real estate, movable property or rights.
- Mortgage loan: A loan that is secured by a real estate property or several real estate properties, whether they are houses, premises, garages, plots of land, etc.
- Personal loan: The loan is a contract by which a financial or non-financial entity or an individual makes a certain amount of money available to us. When it is not specially guaranteed with specific and determined assets, it is called personal in allusion to the fact that it obliges us to respond with all our assets.
- Power of attorney: Power given to another person to perform and execute certain legal and material acts on our behalf. The attorney-in-fact does not have to accept the power of attorney; it is a unilateral decision of the principal. It is sufficient for a person to go to the notary’s office and grant the power of attorney. The power of attorney can be revoked by the grantor by means of a subsequent deed, which renders the first deed null and void.
- Minutes: A document in which the notary records the events that took place during an assembly, congress, session, court hearing or meeting of any kind, as well as the agreements or decisions taken.
- Donation: A donation is a contract whereby one person transfers property free of charge to another.
Policy: A commercial document drawn up by one of the parties. If it is drawn up by a notary, it has effects in terms of judicial enforcement of what has been agreed in it.
- Will: A legal, individual, free and revocable act by which a person regulates his or her succession by naming one or more heirs. The most common and safe practice is the will before a notary in the form of an open will. There are other forms, such as a closed will before a notary or before witnesses, but these are rare.
- Inheritance: This is the transmission by cause of death, either universally (inheritance proper) or privately (or by legacy), i.e. the transmission of assets and rights upon the death of a person, between the deceased and another person (his or her heir or legatee).
- Declaration of intestate heirs: An intestate heir is a person or persons who, in the absence of an heir named in a will, is an heir by law. In order to be named intestate heir, it is necessary to formalise a declaration before a notary.
- Marital contracts: Agreement between spouses whose essential objective is to agree on a marital property regime, as well as to liquidate the previous one. It is the appropriate way of agreeing a regime other than the one established by law as supplementary. It can be done before or after the marriage, the only requirements being the agreement and the appearance of both spouses before a notary.
- Marriages, separations and divorces: Marriages can now be contracted before a notary. The spouses can also divorce by mutual agreement (or separate) by going to the notary to execute a public deed, provided that they do not have children who are minors or whose capacity has been judicially modified.
- Protesto: A document stating the refusal to accept or pay a bill of exchange, promissory note or cheque so as not to prejudice or diminish the rights and actions of the persons involved.
- Claiming debts: The procedure for claiming unchallenged debts or “monitorio notarial” is an extrajudicial procedure by which persons owed a sum of money can obtain a voluntary letter of payment or a title of execution with full guarantees.
- Conciliation: Contractual, commercial, inheritance or family disputes can be settled before a notary, provided that they are not bankruptcy-related, related to minors or persons with judicially modified capacity or in which public administrations are interested.
Conditions of service
The notarial document processing service includes:
All the necessary steps to obtain them.
And if this service also requires the presence of the applicant at the notary’s office, the assistance of a Campussing member is included in the contract price for up to 3 hours inclusive, counting from the moment the meeting or appointment with the client is established at the notary’s office.
If the 3 hours are exceeded, the client will have the option of extending the assistance of Campussing, but in this case, the extra hours necessary to complete the additional service will be charged.
The escort service includes:
Personal attendance at the notary’s office for up to 3 hours.
Any time in excess of 3 hours will be charged additionally at the end of the service.
Your Campussing assistant will remind you of the conditions when contacting you to arrange the meeting at the notary’s office.
When the service is extended over the hours contemplated for the attendance and presence of an assistant, overtime must be invoiced separately once the service has been completed.
Cost of overtime:
15 minutes of courtesy will be given over the agreed hours in service if there are management delays.
If only half an hour is exceeded, the additional cost to be invoiced will be €35 + VAT for that half hour.
The first additional hour will be charged at 50€ + VAT per additional hour.
The second and remaining additional hours will be charged at an additional €40 + VAT per hour from the second hour onwards.
The first 30 minutes of each hour will be charged at €35+VAT and if they are exceeded the full hour will be charged.
By way of example: if the conditions established in the service include 3 hours of personal assistance in person, and instead of 3 hours the service lasts 7 hours and 15 minutes, the cost that will be invoiced at the end will be:
First 3 hours included.
Hour 4 = First additional hour = 50€ + VAT
Hour 5 = Second additional hour = 40€ + VAT
Hour 6 = Third additional hour = 40€ + VAT
Hour 7 = Fourth additional hour = 40€ + VAT
Additional 15 minutes over 7 hours = 35€ + VAT
Total overtime = 4 hours and 15 minutes = 225€ + VAT
These 225 euros plus VAT would be invoiced at the end of the service and payment would be made at the end of the service by online payment by credit card or in cash at the time of completion.