The start of the traineeship period must be approved beforehand by the Notarial Council. The Notary with whom the traineeship is being undertaken shall inform the Council in writing of such commencement of traineeship and shall indicate:
- the candidate's name and surname
- the candidate's address
- the candidate's identity card
- and confirm that the candidate has completed the prescribed course according to law
Trainees are required to register here. An electronic notification will be sent via email to the Trainee as soon as the verification and authentication process is completed by the site's administrators and the Notarial Council. The Trainees are then to log on to the Trainee Section of this website and select the Notary with whom traineeship is to be undertaken. Once a Notary is selected, the trainee needs to attend physically at the Notary's office. The Notary will then trigger the start of the traineeship online through this website where all the trainee's personal details will be verified and confirmed by the said Notary. The Trainee will be sent another automatic electronic notification, and the official period of traineeship shall commence from such date of notification. IMPORTANT: The traineeship will be deemed to have commenced from the date the Notary triggers the start of traineeship and no exceptions will be allowed. the Notarial Council also reserves the right to terminate the traineeeship at any time without giving any reason, and in such case both the Notary and Trainees will be notified.
The Notarial Council reserves the right to not approve the said practice if it has reservations about the particular notary giving it, without giving any reason.
Prior to March of every year, the prospective candidate is to write to the Minister responsible for Notarial Affairs and to the Chief Notary to Government to ask to sit for the Notarial Warrant Examination. Details about the procedure to be followed in order to register for the taking of the Notarial Warrant Examination can be found here