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Declaration of transmission of an immovable property notarized online

The declaration of transmission of an immovable property sets out the transfer of the deceased's rights to his estate or heirs, as the cas may be...more

  1. Answer the questionnaire
  2. Meet a notary virtually
  3. Sign


Registration fees in the Land Register - Non-taxable $131
Land Register consultation fees - Non-taxable
$15 for each additional property.
Additional verifications
$100 for each additional property.


  • The declaration of transmission of immovable property establishes the rights of heirs in any real estate property held by the deceased.
  • Following the signing of this document, the real property subject to such declaration will then either be kept by the estate for the purpose of reselling it or transferred to the heirs to retain ownership.
  • A maximum of 3 properties may be included and described in this online notarized declaration of transmission.
  • Steps for this service:
    • Virtual meeting with a notary to assess your needs and obtain legal advice
    • Preparation of the document and sending a draft
    • Video-conference meeting for explanations and electronic signing of the document in the presence of a notary
    • Registration in the land register
  • The fees for the use of the electronic signing platform are included in the price.
  • For more information or more complex situations, please contact  .
  • A period of 5 to 20 business days will be required for the preparation of your service request
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* These fees may be changed within a 60-day notice and in accordance with section 71 of the Code of ethics of notaries.

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