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Mo-Fr 9.00-18.00
St. By agreement

7/1 Malopidvalna St.
Maidan Nezalezhnosti

You want to present an apartment you own to your children, grandchildren or other lucky person, but you have no idea, what to do under such circumstances? Let’s have a little insight into the procedure.

Firstly we must state that donation, or deed, as it is commonly called, is drawn up in the form of a notarized deed of gift. The main discrepancy between a deed of gift and other agreements is its GRATUITOUS nature. When a deed of gift is concluded, your ownership right is ceased, and it arises for a donee; in turn, a donee is not obliged to any actions in your favour.

Whereas a deed of gift is a gratuitous agreement, you may not oblige a donee to fulfil any actions in your favour, material or non-material.

Nowadays, when notarizing a deed of gift of an apartment, a notary simultaneously registers an ownership right of a new owner in the State Register of Proprietary Rights. I.e. a donee leaves a notarial office as a rightful owner of an apartment, and there is no need for you to register your ownership right at any other authorities.

In the process of notarization of a deed of gift, a notary carefully examines all documents submitted for conclusion of a deed, availability of any freeze or prohibition of alienation of the respective apartment, verifies a power of attorney (if an agreement is concluded by a representative).

It should be mentioned that for notarization of a deed of gift where the parties are the immediate family members (according to the legislation, those are parents, spouse, children, including adopted children) an income received as a gift is subject to zero rate taxation. If a deed of gift is in favour of other persons, a tax amount constitutes 5%./p>

Please note that both a Doner and a Donee must apply to a notary to conclude a deed of gift. Their attendance in person at the moment of deed is a prerequisite to its notarization.

Documents required to formalize a deed of gift of an apartment according to the legislation of Ukraine:

  1. Passports and registration numbers of the taxpayer identification cards (formerly known as individual taxpayer number) of the parties to a deed, for minors — certificate of birth.
  2. Documents that confirm the ownership right to an apartment (certificate of title, certificate of inheritance, purchase/donation/exchange agreement, life care contract, etc.).
  3. If any minors are registered at an apartment or they are parties to a deed, a permit from a custody or fiduciary authority is required.
  4. Certificate on the number of persons registered in an apartment or house.
  5. Apartment assessment report.
  6. If real property was purchased within a marriage, a spouse’s consent is obligatorily required for a deed conclusion.
  7. In case a deed of gift is drawn up on your behalf by an agent under a power of attorney, such power of attorney, passport and registration number of the taxpayer identification card (formerly known as individual taxpayer number) of an agent are required.
    Please note that a full name of a person the property is donated to must be explicitly stated in the power of attorney.

We provide all types of notarial services!


  • Registration of realty and titles
  • Extract from the Register of Realty Titles
  • Extract from the Register
  • Translation of documents
  • Certification of a translator’s signature
  • Notarised translation
  • Apostilisation of documents
  • Legalisation of documents with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Legalisation with consular agencies


+38 (044) 500-74-74
  • +38 (066) 353-74-74
  • +38 (096) 353-74-74
  • +38 (063) 424-74-74


7/1 Tarasa Shevchenka Lane
Maidan Nezalezhnosti Underground Station
For your navigator: 7/1 Malopidvalna St.


Monday to Friday 9:00-18:00
Saturday By previous appointment
Sunday By previous appointment


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