What is a Verification of Facts Deed?

It is the document by which the notary narrates facts or circumstances that he witnesses or is aware of through his senses (his computer, his camera, etc.). The notary simply narrates and exposes the facts in a deed but does not qualify them since it is not his responsibility.


An example of use for this sort of Deed would be, when the need arises in a judicial procedure to provide as evidence what is contained in a certain web page or social network. The Act Deed of Verification of Facts will allow to document said circumstance definitively, notarially, being reflected for posterity, thus avoiding that said information can be eliminated a posteriori by the other party and the evidence therefore vanishes.

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