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Öffentlicher Notar

Dr. Tschernutter & Partner

Your notary public on Maurer Hauptplatz

OPENING TIMES:

Monday to Thursday
8:00 am to 12:30 am and 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

By appointment only.

Our offices are barrier-free, accessible by a lift.

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Dr. Thomas Tschernutter
Notary public

Born in Vienna 1968, married, three children

Studied law at the University of Vienna

Doctorate in law

Candidate notary

Notary examinations

Bar exam

Trained mediator

Notary public on Maurer Hauptplatz since 2008

Partnership with Lukas Leopold Veigl since 2016

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SECURITY

When a notary public accepts money, deeds or documents in the role of a trustee, he is required to respect special guidelines and also provide extensive insurance cover within the scope of legally required professional indemnity insurance.

INDEPENDENCE

The notary public is an official post, but he is independent from the state and exercises his profession under his own name and on his own account. He is not subject to any state instructions. The performance of the office of a notary public is regularly monitored by the notarial chamber.

Lukas Leopold Veigl
Notary partner

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Born in Vienna in 1980

Studied law at the University of Vienna

Candidate notary at Dr Thomas Tschernutter notary public since 2008

Notary examinations

Bar exam

Substitute notary at Dr Thomas Tschernutter notary public since 2012

Partnership with Dr Thomas Tschernutter since 2016

Speaker as part of ‘work@notariat’

Impartiality

As is the case with judges, notary publics are obligated to be impartial. A notary public does not represent only the interests of a client. He must attempt to achieve balanced legal and contractual relationships in order to avoid conflicts in advance and to create reliable and sustainable legal relationships.

Confidentiality

A notary public and his staff are fully obligated to respect the confidentiality of all parties. This obligation to maintain confidentiality essentially applies to all matters in which the notary public is involved in the performance of his office. Information may only be disclosed to third parties subject to the explicit approval of all parties involved.

Services

Your notary public on Maurer Hauptplatz offers a wide range of legal services. We take into account not only the options provided by civil law but also the taxation implications of these options. As professional advisers and experienced consultants, we offer individual, competent and service-oriented solutions for both companies and individuals. We are also happy to offer advice and contract negotiations in English.

COMPANIES
  • Founding companies
  • Planning business succession
  • Transferring company ownership
  • Pharmacy law
  • General and shareholder meetings
  • Company reorganisations
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Trust law
  • Contract law
  • Real estate law
  • Building and property development law
  • Trusteeships
  • Executable notarial deeds
  • Certifications and authentications
PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS
  • Purchases, gifts and transfers of property
  • Real estate law
  • Trusteeships
  • Entries in the land register
  • Private trusts
  • Wills
  • Certifications
  • Marriage and partnership agreements
  • Adoptions
  • Inheritance law
  • Inheritance cases
  • Healthcare proxies
  • Custodianships
  • Living wills
COURTS
  • Probate proceedings as a court commissioner
  • Acceptance of custodianships
  • Arbitration
  • Extracts from the land and company registers (throughout Austria)

Professional profile

Professional profile

The notary public is an official post which accords the holder the authority to prepare public deeds. As such, the notary public ensures the authenticity, conclusiveness, safeguarding and the enforceability of these deeds. The notary public is obligated by law to be impartial and objective and is accredited with public reliance.

Notarial deeds are accorded particular conclusiveness both in court and by public authorities. Notarial deeds can also be equally as enforceable as legal decisions.

Notary publics are subject to particular supervision and strict disciplinary rules. As such, a notary public represents neither party in a legal case, representing instead the law itself. He helps the parties to secure their rights, prevents disputes and mediates in cases where more can be reached through compromise rather than through court decisions.

The notary as a court commissioner

One of the most important tasks of a notary public is to act as an agent on behalf of a court of law (i.e. as a court commissioner). In this role, the notary public performs jurisdictional tasks and acts with sovereign authority.

The most common and most important task as a court commissioner is to execute probate proceedings, which are automatically initiated after every death in Austria.

Notary publics are appointed by law to execute the probate proceedings on behalf of the courts. It is in this role that the notary public acts as a so-called court commissioner. This involves performing certain specific obligations and tasks.

 
team

Dr. Thomas Tschernutter
NOTARY PUBLIC

Born in 1968 | Studied law at and obtained a doctorate from the University of Vienna | Working in the notary profession since 1996 | Notary public in Vienna’s Liesing district since 2008

Lukas Leopold Veigl
NOTARY PARTNER

Born in 1980 | Studied law at the University of Vienna | Notary partner in Vienna’s Liesing district since 2008

Regina Hössl

Contract law, land register, custodianships, family law,
management of the Raimund PRADLER private foundation

Barbara Böhm

Company law, contract law, land register, company register,
family law, accounting

Bettina Böhm

Company law, contract law, land register, company register,
family law, accounting

Lisa Schuller

Company law, contract law, land register,
family law, probate proceedings

Cornelia Guzvan

Reception / certifications, contract law, land register, family law,
probate proceedings

Amelie Resch

Contract law, land register, family law, probate proceedings

Silvia Draxler

Probate proceedings

Mag. Martina Tschernutter

Custodianships, organisation, ÖSW agendas, apostilles

Thomas Draxler

Management of the Raimund PRADLER private foundation

Contact

ÖFFENTLICHER NOTAR
Dr. Tschernutter & Partner

Maurer Hauptplatz 7
1230 Vienna
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T: +43 1 886 31 86
F: +43 1 886 31 68
E: notar@tschernutter.co.at

Opening times:

Monday to Thursday
8:00 am to 12:30 am and 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

By appointment only.

DIRECTIONS

BY CAR:

Parking spaces directly on Maurer Hauptplatz
(limited stay parking in some areas)

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BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

Tram line 60 – e.g. from Hietzing (U4) to Maurer Hauptplatz

Bus line 60 A – e.g. from the Atzgersdorf Mauer railway station to Maurer Hauptplatz

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LEGAL NOTICE

ÖFFENTLICHER NOTAR Dr. Tschernutter & Partner

Contact details:

Maurer Hauptplatz 7, 1230 Vienna
T: +43 1 886 31 86
F: +43 1 886 31 68
E: notar@tschernutter.co.at

Company information:
Notary partnership (OG)
FN: 444480y
Vienna commercial court
Registered office: Vienna
VAT: ATU 70098556
Supervised by: Chamber of Notaries for Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland | Landesgerichtsstr. 20, 1010 Vienna | T: + 43 1 402 45 09 | F: + 43 1 406 34 75 | E: kammer@notar.or.at

The professional legal regulations applicable to notaries are contained in the Notaries Regulation (Notariatsordnung) as well as the statutory provisions as amended concerning the need for notaries and can be accessed from the legal information system RIS of the Austrian Federal Chancellery at www.ris.bka.gv.at.

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