Notary services (Germany)
Unlike Anglo-Saxon and some continental jurisdictions, the transfer and the pledge of shares in German Limited Liability Corporations (GmbH), as well as a number of shareholder’s resolutions in the context of the transformation of companies, or in order to increase a company’s share capital, or to change its statutes, require notarisation before a German notary public.
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