A self certification is a document drawn up by an individual in lieu of traditional certifications, certifying his/her own status and personal requirements.
Self-certifications no longer require a certified signature.
Self-certifications and self-executed affidavits can be used only when dealing with public administrations, including institutes and schools of every order and level, Universities, state companies and autonomous state administrations, chambers of commerce and public entities, in addition to companies providing services of public interest (Post Offices, ENEL, Telecom, Gas companies, etc.).
Self-certifications cannot be used when dealing with private persons or with the Courts in the pursuit of jurisdictional functions.
Moccia Notary’s Office can offer all the advice you need to draw up self-certifications, so as to make them valid before the Public Administration.
For further information, visit the Advice and Deeds section