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7/1 Malopidvalna St.
Maidan Nezalezhnosti

A preliminary agreement is an agreement the parties to which are to conclude a main agreement in future within the defined period of time on terms and conditions stipulated by such preliminary agreement (e.g., preliminary agreement of a house/apartment sale and purchase).

A preliminary agreement is intended to define the intentions of the parties to conclude a main agreement in future. As mentioned above, a preliminary agreement includes the basic terms and conditions of an agreement to be concluded in future. The basic terms and conditions include, but not limited to the following: subject, price and duration of an agreement; material provisions also include all terms and conditions that are defined as such by the parties (e.g., for an apartment sale and purchase agreement, it may be a period when a seller is to vacate an apartment).

It should be mentioned that a preliminary agreement is concluded for a defined and explicitly stated by the parties period of time, upon expiration of which the parties are obliged to conclude a main agreement. A preliminary agreement becomes null and void when a main agreement is concluded by the parties.

Preliminary agreements on real estate sale and purchase become rather common lately. Conclusion of a preliminary agreement is called to protect rights of both a seller and a buyer; it defines the commitments of the parties and ensures the fulfilment of obligations under such agreement.

Please note that a preliminary agreement is concluded strictly in the form a main agreement is to be concluded in future. Therefore, if you are going to conclude an apartment sale and purchase agreement, a preliminary agreement must be drawn up in written and notarised.

Documents required for notarisation of a preliminary agreement:

  1. Passports, registration numbers of taxpayers’ cards (also known as identification numbers) of the parties to an agreement;
  2. If the parties are married, a marriage certificate, passport, registration number of taxpayer’s card (also known as identification number) of a spouse, or notarised consent of a spouse to conclusion of such preliminary agreement are also required.

We provide all types of notarial services!


  • Registration of realty and titles
  • Extract from the Register of Realty Titles
  • Extract from the Register
  • 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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