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REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR THE WRITING OF LIGATORY EVENTS

Birth certificate

To issue a Birth Certificate of Birth requires:

  • Request from the interested party.
  • ID Card
  • Registered birth certificates are issued after birth within the administrative boundaries of the Municipality of Volos.

Marriage certificate

For the issue of a Marriage Act, a wedding is required:

  • Request from the interested party.
  • ID Card.
  • The marriage certificates are issued after marriage has taken place within the administrative boundaries of the Municipality of Volos.

Declaration of Death

Required documents:

  1. The medical certificate of death completed by the hospital or private physician
  2. Police ID of the deceased
  3. In case of loss of the Police ID, a declaration of Law 1599/86 is required by person A "degree of kinship.
  4. Police ID of the claimant

For foreigners:

  1. Passport
  2. Translated certificate or translated passport

Deadline for declaration: within 24 hours of death

The Registry operates all holidays only for the writing of Latent Deeds of Death

Responsible for the statement : The nearest relatives of the deceased, every third person who attended the death or the owner of the Funeral Bureau who undertakes the speech of the deceased or an employee of that office (specially authorized).

Birth Declaration
Declaration of birth (Articles 20 & 21 v.344 / 1976)
Deadline for declaration: 10 calendar days after childbirth

Required documents:

  1. Birth statement from the hospital or clinic
  2. Parents' police identities
  3. Certificate of marital status
  4. VAT NUMBER. - Α.Κ.Κ.Α. of parents
  5. Registered Wedding Act or Registered Consent Pact Act as well as act of designation of surnames if it is not included in the LP. Wedding or LR Cohabitation agreement

For citizens of other countries:

  1. Bulletin of birth from the hospital or clinic
  2. Passports - Registered Wedding Act - Family Status Certificates - (Legally Certified & Translated)
  3. Α.Κ.Κ.Α. and Φ.Μ.Μ. of parents (if any)

Late declaration: will occur after the validity of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013)

By decision of the General Secretary. Decentralized Administration is subject to a fine

(a) € 100 if the statement is made after the 10th day, ie from the 11th day to the 100th day after birth
and (b) EUR 300 if the statement is made after 90 days from the expiry of the deadline referred to in Article 20, ie after the 100th day after birth

Regarding the imposition of fines for a late statement, prior to the entry into force of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013), the previous provisions, namely Article 49 of Law 344/1976, as in force, ie 15 €, apply.

Responsible for the statement: The father, the doctor, the midwife, the mother and any third party who has been shown to have been given birth or another person under a special mandate by notary attorney

Baptism declaration

Required documents:

  1. The baptismal declaration of the priest, signed by both parents
  2. Identity of the claimant

Baptism can be placed directly on the margins of the Birth Act or a baptismal exhibition (with additional proof of the birth certificate) is sent to the Registrar of the Place of Birth

Responsible for the statement: the parents of the child, the sponsor, the baptist himself, and his blood relatives up to the third degree.

NOTE: Baptism results in the acquisition of a religion, not the acquisition of a main name, but it can be understood as a naming when the two parents share it together.

Wedding Declaration (Articles 29 & 30 of Law 344/1976)

The marriage shall be declared at the Registry of the place of performance
Deadline for declaration: 40 calendar days after marriage

Required documents:

  1. The marriage declaration made by the priest who performed the marriage mystery or the Mayor (in the case where the marriage is a political one) signed by him and the two spouses
  2. Spouses' identity cards or passports - legally validated and translated for foreigners
  3. Deed of identification of surnames

Late declaration: (to occur after the validity of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013).

By decision of the General Secretary. Decentralized Administration is subject to a fine

(a) € 100 if the statement is made after the 40th day from the 41st day to the 130th day of the wedding

and (b) EUR 300 if the statement is made after 90 days from the expiry of the period referred to in Article 29, that is to say, after the 130th day after the marriage.

Regarding the imposition of fines for a late statement, prior to the entry into force of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013), the previous provisions, namely Article 49 of Law 344/1976, as in force, ie 15 €, apply.

Responsible for the statement: The spouses (one of the two) or another person with a special mandate by notary attorney

In the event that the couple has first been a political and then religious marriage, the religious person is either registered directly on the marriage certificate as a hierarchy or a prayer report is produced with the necessary evidence of the marriage registration and then sent to the Registry Marriage certificate.

Divorce Statement

Required documents:

If the marriage was terminated by an irrevocable court order:

  1. Divinity of the Holy Metropolis, for religious marriage (optional)
  2. Judgment on marriage annulment, report of service of the decision or report of resignation from the exercise of legal remedies, certificate from the Registry of the Court of First Instance on whether or not to exercise the remedies provided.
  3. If the marriage has taken place in Volos, registration is made on the margins of the marriage certificate.
  4. If there is no marriage certificate, a report is issued, which is sent to the Registry registered with the marriage registration (the marriage registry of the other registry is necessary).

Deadline for declaration: Within one month of the date of the irrevocability of the judgment

If the marriage was resolved by consensual notarial act:

  1. Notary
  2. The Divine of the Holy Metropolis for religious marriage (compulsory)

The filing of the copy of the notarial act is done only at the Registry , where the wedding recommendation is registered.

For marriage termination by a notarial document there is no late declaration of a marriage settlement, since the entry into force of the marriage solution starts from the date of its filing and filing at the Registry.

In each case, the spouses (one of the two) or a third person with a notarized proxy (always with identity) are required.

Co-Housing Agreement (L.4356 / 2015)

ATTENTION: REGISTERED IN THE RESIDENTIAL PLACE

Recommendation

The agreement of two adult persons, irrespective of their sex, governing their affiliation (cohabitation agreement) is drawn up in person by a notarial deed. The validity of the agreement begins with the deposit of a copy of the notarial deed with the registrar of their place of residence, which is entered in a special register of the Registry. (Article 1)

Responsible for the statement: one of the two parties or any third party with a notarized power of attorney.

Required Documents:

  1. Covenant (Notary)
  2. Identities (Passports for Aliens)
  3. Α.Μ.Κ.Α. of the parties
  4. Family Status Certificate of both parties (legally translated & validated for foreigners)

Solution

1. The cohabitation agreement is resolved: a) by agreement of the parties, made in person by a notarial document, b) by a unilateral notarial declaration, provided that a bailiff has previously received a request for a consensual solution to the other party and has expired three months from service and (c) automatically, if a marriage is concluded between the parties.

2. The settlement of the cohabitation agreement shall be governed by the deposit of a copy of the notarial deed containing the agreement or the unilateral declaration to the registrar in which it is registered and its formation. (Article 7)

The termination of the cohabitation agreement is a change (Article 14 of Law 344/1976) and registered within one month

Nomination Statement

Naming is the only process of acquiring a principal name for a newborn, which is recorded in its Birth Act after a joint declaration of the parents exercising parental responsibility or one parent, provided that it has the written authorization of the other, signature authenticity. (No. 25 of Law 344/76)

In particular, the name of the child, whether baptized or unbeknown, is made by the declaration of the child's principal name to the competent registrar, who by law is the only competent body of the State to which the parent's declaration is addressed .
Attached is a statement from parents.

Correction of civil registry data (article 13 of Law 344/76), with the following content

Corrections to Larnaca Operations are made:

A) By final judgment
The necessary supporting documents to be provided by the applicant for the correction are as follows:

  1. Judgment
  2. Performance Report to the Prosecutor
  3. Certificate of non-appeal
  4. Identity card of the applicant for the correction

B) With the approval of the Prosecutor of the Prosecutor's Office, in the case of errors, they have entered the Larnaca Act by mistake and do not concern the place, time, date and time of the civil status event.
Documents to be produced

  1. Appellate Prosecutor's Office
  2. Identity card of the applicant for the correction

C) With a Licensed Licensing , in the case of errors, they have entered the Loss Act and concern the accent or grammatical rules, by producing supporting documents proving the error and the police identity of the applicant for the correction.

Changes in Liability Act (Article 14 of Law 344/1976)

Changes in the status of the natural person, after the registration of the civil status record, are recorded on the margins of the respective act, based on certain supporting documents for each change case.

The changes referred to in Article 14 of Law 3444/76 as replaced by Law 4144/2013 are: Legalization, recognition, renunciation, contestation, violation of paternity, adoption of an adult child and its solution, marriage annulment or annulment, solution of the change of name, surname, nationality, religion or gender change

Deadline for declaration: Within one month of the change

Late declaration: will occur after the validity of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013).

By decision of the General Secretary. Decentralized Administration is subject to a fine
(a) EUR 100 if the statement is made after the expiry of the monthly period
and (b) EUR 300 if the statement is made after 90 days from the end of the monthly period

Regarding the imposition of fines for a late statement, before the entry into force of Law 4144/2013 (8-5-2013), the previous provisions (article 49 of Law 344/1976, as in force), ie stamp of € 4.5 and € 13.5 respectively

Recovery of married family name

Family reunification is made in cases where the marriage has taken place before the Gender Equality Law (N 1329/83) and wishes the woman to regain her father's name. The change is registered in the margin of the Marriage Litigation Act.

Required documents:

  1. Request from the interested party
  2. ID Card

If the marriage is registered at another Registry, a family name registration report is drawn up at the Registry of the place of residence (the marriage registration is required) and is sent to the marriage registry office in order to make the change.