Notarial Acts

$200 $226 IVAI

Preparation of notarial acts. The purpose of these acts is to document, by means of a notary, the occurrence of a certain fact or event. They are usually used to generate evidence in trials and administrative proceedings. Also in certain special events such as notifications, payment requests, sweepstakes and raffles. Estimated Delivery Time / 1-2 days (depending on the complexity of the act)

Why are Notarial Acts important?

Notarial Acts are important because, from the moment they are granted by a Public Notary, they make it possible to verify, at the request of the interested party, facts, events or situations that are known or occur in the presence of the Public Notary, giving them the character of authentic. In addition, Notarial Acts are recognized and accepted by the authorities and courts of law, which gives them great validity and reliability.

Do you need a Notarial Act?

When a client requires the services of Notarial Acts, it is because they need to leave a public record of facts, events or situations that are known to a Public Notary or occur in the presence of the Public Notary. These minutes are legal documents that certify important facts, statements, or agreements, and are necessary in various situations, especially to constitute evidence about such facts, events, or situations. PredictaBill is responsible for providing a professional and reliable service, guaranteeing the validity and legality of notarial acts, as well as the protection of the rights and interests of its clients.

Why PredictaBill?

Fast and accurate legal procedures

Streamline legal processes by drafting contracts and documents accurately, saving time and avoiding issues.

  • Alternative to hourly billing

    Fixed rate regardless of product/service

    Efficiency in notarial processes

    Save time and effort by more efficiently drafting documents for notarial procedures

    Essential Documents

    • Confirm date of the act and a description of to the event that will be included in the document,

    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 a Notarial Act and what is its importance in Costa Rica?

    A Notarial Deed is a legal document that certifies and attests to the facts, events or situations witnessed by a Public Notary. In Costa Rica, Notarial Acts are essential to support and authenticate such facts, events or situations.

    2. What are the requirements to request a Notarial Act in Costa Rica?

    To apply for a Notarial Act in Costa Rica, it is necessary to present a valid ID, such as an identity card or passport. In addition, the necessary requirements must be provided so that the Notary can corroborate the facts, events or situations that are required to provide authenticity.

    3. How long does it take for a Notarial Act to be ready in Costa Rica?

    The delivery time of a Notarial Act may vary depending on the complexity of the facts to be certified and the availability of the notary. However, in most cases, the process of drafting and signing the minutes can be completed within 1-3 business days.

    4. What is the cost of a Notarial Acts in Costa Rica?

    The cost of a Notarial Act in Costa Rica can vary depending on the nature, the extent of the facts to be certified and the place where such facts, events or situations must be corroborated. It is advisable to check directly with the Public Notary for precise information on the relevant fees.

    5. Can I use a Notarial Act issued in Costa Rica in other countries?

    Yes, however, the Notarial Acts issued in Costa Rica alone have legal validity only within the Costa Rican territory, so if it is required to use a deed in another country, it is necessary to carry out a process of legalization or apostille, depending on the international agreements in force with the country of destination.