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The Problem of the Optional Participation of Notaries in Real Estate Transactions

Student: Andrei Musinov

Supervisor: Elena G. Rakova

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Annotation. This final qualifying work is devoted to the problem of the optional participation of notaries in real estate transactions. Key words: notary, notarial acts, notarial certification of real estate transactions, real estate. The object of research of this final qualifying work is the role of notaries in certifying real estate transactions. The subject of this final qualification work is the norms and principles of notarial and civil legislation of the Russian Federation, which determine the procedure for certification of real estate transactions by a notary, bills defining the procedure for participation of notaries in real estate transactions, scientific publications in which this problem is raised, and judicial practice. This final qualifying work consists of an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion. The first chapter examines and analyzes the history of notarization of real estate transactions, provides the rationale for the obligatory participation of notaries in real estate transactions and examines the reasons why obligatory notarization of real estate transactions is necessary. The second chapter identifies the advantages and disadvantages of compulsory participation of notaries in real estate transactions. The third chapter analyzes the provisions of the draft laws that determine the procedure for the participation of notaries in real estate transactions and identifies the most appropriate way to implement and introduce into the legislation compulsory notarization of real estate transactions. In the conclusion, the final findings of this research are summarized and the results that were achieved within the framework of considering the topic of this final qualifying work are determined. The section "List of sources used" contains a list of regulatory legal acts, scientific literature, judicial practice and electronic resources, indicating the sources and the year of their publication. The final qualifying work is presented on 45 pages.

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