Affidavits in Public Deed

$100 $113 IVAI

Affidavits for all types of procedures , as required by Client.

Estimated Delivery Time / 1 day

What is an Affidavits in Public Deed?

An Affidavits in Public Deed is a statement that a natural person or a legal person through its representatives renders before a Public Notary to present truthful and accurate information on various aspects. These declarations are used by authorities and even private subjects to make decisions or consider facts as true based on the mere statement under oath of the person who signs said declaration. In addition, affidavits may also be required by financial institutions and other institutions to assess the economic solvency and reliability of individuals or businesses. In this context, the service offered by PredictaBill focuses on facilitating and speeding up the process of filing affidavits, providing advice and support to its clients to ensure compliance with current legal regulations in Costa Rica.

Why can an Affidavit in Public Deed be considered for the purpose of verifying the declared circumstance?

Costa Rica's Penal Code punishes the crime of perjury with imprisonment. This crime occurs when a natural person (who signs the declaration) has failed to tell the truth when the law imposes on him, under oath or affidavit, the obligation to say it in relation to his own facts. By virtue of this, authorities or private subjects may request an affidavit to verify certain circumstances.

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    Essential Documents

    *Confirm the folloeing information about the person that will render the affidavit: -Full name -Copy of ID - Civil status - Domicile - If a company, confirm corporate name and ID * Confirm what you have to declare under oath and for what purpose. * Confirm date in which you will appear before the Notary to sign the affidavit.

    Terms and conditions

    The price indicated here has been estimated assuming that the requested document will be delivered in digital format, or that you will pick up the physical version at the PredictaBill offices. Alternatively, you can request that the document be sent to the location you specify, by courier or Costa Rica postal service, in which case the costs and delivery times that will be indicated at the time of processing the payment for the service will apply


    1. What is an Affidavit in Public Deed and what is its importance in Costa Rica?
    An Affidavit in Public Deed is a legal document in which a person declares under oath the veracity of certain facts or circumstances. In Costa Rica, this type of declaration is important as it has legal validity and can be used as evidence in judicial processes or administrative procedures.

    2. What are the requirements to make an Affidavit in Public Deed in Costa Rica?
    To make an Affidavit in Public Deed in Costa Rica, it is necessary to go to a Public Notary. The applicant must present his/her valid identity card, provide complete personal data and clearly detail the facts or circumstances they wishes to declare under oath.

    3. What is the cost of making an Affidavit in Public Deed in Costa Rica?
    The cost of making an affidavit in a public deed can vary depending on the Public Notary and the complexity of the case. It is advisable to check directly with the Public Notary for accurate information on the associated fees and expenses.

    4. How long does it take for an Affidavit in Public Deed to be ready in Costa Rica?
    The time required for an affidavit in public deed to be ready can vary depending on the workload of the notary public and the complexity of the case. In general, it is estimated that the process can take between one and three business days.

    5. Is it necessary to have a lawyer to make an Affidavit in Public Deed in Costa Rica?
    It is not mandatory to have a lawyer to make an Affidavit in Public Deed in Costa Rica. However, in more complex cases or where legal advice is required, it may be advisable to seek the assistance of a legal professional to ensure the correct wording and validity of the document.