The notaries of the Klaipeda First Notary’s Office perform the following notarial acts:

Making of executive records according to notarised transactions resulting in monetary obligations

Upon receipt of the creditor’s request on making an executive record according to notarised transaction resulting in monetary obligations, the notary shall verify whether the person, who submitted the executive record on enforced recovery according to the creditor’s request is a creditor in a transaction resulting in monetary obligations; whether the data provided in the creditor’s request for making an executive record match the data specified in the transaction; whether the deadline for the performance of the obligation under the transaction has expired, and where the creditor requests the performance of obligation before maturity, whether the grounds listed by the creditor are established in the laws or in the transaction. The notary does not verify the compliance of data other than the above and is not liable for them. Upon verifying such data, the notary, before making executive record, shall send a notice to the debtor. Such notice must include creditor’s data and suggestion to pay the debt to the creditor no later than within 20 (twenty) days from the date of dispatch of notice to the debtor and notify the notary in writing about the performance of obligation or to provide data to the notary that the creditor’s claim is groundless. Taking into consideration data provided by the creditor and the debtor, the notary makes executive record or refuses to make it by giving reasons. The notary shall have the right to cancel executive record in cases provided by the law.

Notary’s executive records according to notarised transactions resulting in monetary obligations are enforceable and executive documents to be exercised under the procedure provided for in the Code of Civil Procedure.