1º.- First, in the transfer of assets, being purchase sale of properties and furniture, used vehicles and boats.
2º.- Second, in company transactions, as setting up of a company, increase and reduction of capital and liquidation of companies.
3º.- Third, in granting of legal documents such as Deeds granted in front of a public notary, registration of documents at a Public Registry and other notary transactions.
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