Lithuanian parliament makes notarization of large transactions mandatory

The Lithuanian parliament has passed legislative amendments, put forward by President Dalia Grybauskaitė, that make it mandatory for parties to large transactions to get them attested by a public notary starting next year.
Notary's office
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