For systematic violations of the current legislation and the harm done to citizens and the state, the Ministry of Justice cancelled certificates of 9 notaries. The Minister of Justice Nikolay Onishchuk reported about it following the results of meeting of the Commission on consideration of questions concerning cancellation of certificates on the right for occupation by notarial activity which took place on November 27 in the Ministry of Justice.
As a result of the inspections which have been carried out by territorial administrations of justice, systematic violations by the disqualified notaries of requirements of the legislation were found at commission of notarial actions, and also their low professional qualification, is reported on official a web - a site of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. In particular, violation by notaries of provisions of Land, Family, Civil codes of Ukraine and the Law of Ukraine "About a notariate" is revealed.
According to the Minister of Justice, certificates are cancelled to 5 private notaries: 2 - from Zhitomir area, on 1 - from the Nikolaev, Odessa and Kharkov areas, and also to 4 state notaries: 2 - from the Chernigov area, on 1 from the Nikolaev area and Sevastopol.
Editions "Crime. Is NOT PRESENT" it was succeeded to contact Head department of justice in the Nikolaev area. There reported that the Ministry of Justice selected the certificate at Ekaterina Marchuk, the notary of Bereznegovatsky state notary office, and at Anatoly Krinitsky, the private notary (The Nikolaev city notarial district). The reason of deprivation of the certificate - a violation of the law, wasn't succeeded to learn more detailed information. Unfortunately, we also didn't manage to contact the disqualified notaries and to learn, whether they are going to appeal against this decision.
In total since the beginning of 2008 the Ministry of Justice cancelled 12 certificates on the right to be engaged in notarial activity. For comparison: in 2007 of the right to be engaged in notarial activity 9 notaries were deprived.