Written references consist in issuing certificates of the entries, recordations or deletions and in issuing transcripts or excerpts of existing entries, recordations or deletions in the books or on the acounts of the persons.
Certificates (written reference) are issued on the basis of a written application by the person submitted to the Registry Office with attached document evidencing payment of stamp duty.
Types of certificates:
The certificate of a person shows only the entries, recordations and deletions made in the name of one or several specified persons.
The application for a certificate of a person must contain:
a) full name and permanent address of the person to whom the reference applies, as well as the personal identification number or, failing that, the place and date of birth.
b) where the person is a sole trader or a legal person, BULSTAT or UIC of the company, the court of registration, company file no., name, legal form and domicile.
A document evidencing payment of stamp duty according to the chosen period for which the certificate is to be issued has to be attached to the application.
2. The certificate of a property reflects all entries, recordations and deletions of encumbrances and rights at its drawing up or certifies the absence of such.
The application for such a certificate must contain:
a) data about the persons to whom the reference applies and their direct predecessors;
b) full description of the real property, its location, the municipality of location and at least three of its borders.
The following has to be attached to the application:
- A copy of the title deed;
- Scheme / sketch by the Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Service. In the absence of an approved cadastre map for the respective region, a certificate issued by the same service has to be attached;
- Document evidencing payment of stamp duty according to the chosen period for which the certificate is to be issued.
3. Certificate for a period – it contains only entries, recordations and deletions made in a given period specified by the person on whose application the certificate is issued.
The application for this certificate has to contain information about the person or the property and the period for which the certificate is to be issued.