Distribution registry officer - Salary and Career
Notaries and registrars

Distribution registry officer - Career description, activities, functions and salary

Legally formalize the will of the parties, in the exercise of public faith delegated by the state and in accordance with the determinations provided for by law. They register legal acts and facts, such as births, marriages, deaths and others, as well as civil societies, associations and foundations, public and private titles and documents, real estate operations, maritime contracts and maritime vessels, the distribution of titles, lawsuits and other documents, record changes in all these acts and facts. They recognize the veracity of documents and facts, giving the documents legal and public form and authenticity, and advise and provide information to the user of the service. They conserve the collection and manage the utility. Provide information.

How much does an Distribution registry officer earn

A Distribution registry officer earns between $1.349 and $5.329 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.116 and a median salary of $1.598 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 51 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Distribution registry officer

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.116 25.395 529 10
1º Quartile 1.349 16.193 337 6
Median Salary 1.598 19.179 400 7
3º Quartile 4.064 48.766 1.016 19
Higher Salary 5.329 63.944 1.332 25

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals in the legal sciences
      • lawyers, attorneys, notaries
        • notaries and registrars

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Main workplaces

Notaries and registrars they work in notaries, as employers. They work as a team, in a closed environment and during daytime and irregular hours (official registration of natural persons).

What does it take to work in the field of Notaries and registrars

The exercise of these occupations requires a bachelor's degree in Law or ten years of notary's experience. The public faith for the notorial exercise and registration is delegated by contest.

Functions and activities of Distribution registry officer

Notaries and registrars must:

  • legal formalize the will of the parties;
  • advise the service user;
  • legally formalize the will of the parties;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • manage the office (notary and registry);
  • advise the user of the service;
  • conserve collection;
  • manage the office (notary office and registry);
  • authenticate documents and facts;
  • legal formalize the will of the parties;
  • register legal acts and facts;
  • manage the office (notary and registry);
  • provide information;

  • Activities

    • register title protest;
    • employ creativity;
    • accept judicial suspensions and protest withdrawals;
    • draw up public instruments: powers of attorney, wills, deeds of purchase and sale and others;
    • keep confidentiality;
    • authenticate books;
    • listen to the user;
    • provide information on disposals of assets to the federal revenue service;
    • record changes to records of titles and documents;
    • provide statistical information for public bodies;
    • draft title protests;
    • develop positive social relationships;
    • register births;
    • promote the updating of employees;
    • analyze the user's will;
    • adapt physical space;
    • check compliance between electronic documents and paper documents;
    • record marital status changes;
    • pay taxes;
    • communicate compliance with a court order;
    • record changes in distribution records;
    • register maritime vessels;
    • write correctly;
    • prepare environmental conditions for collection conservation;
    • verify capacity and identification of users;
    • acquire equipment;
    • provide information on the sale of real estate to municipalities;
    • undertake innovations;
    • express yourself clearly;
    • promote employee updating;
    • compose collection according to practical criteria;
    • acting ethically;
    • receive securities payments;
    • register private writings;
    • respond to the request for information, judicial and administrative;
    • select material resources for collection conservation;
    • register mechanical seals;
    • clarify the user about the implications of his actions;
    • register real estate operations;
    • use patience;
    • coordinate the services;
    • recommend search for complementary clearance certificates of goods and persons;
    • innovate;
    • register civil capacity and absence;
    • verify the capacity and identification of users;
    • register titles and documents;
    • hire third-party services;
    • examine documents;
    • collect user signatures;
    • point out solutions to problems;
    • approve closed will;
    • certify the veracity of copies according to the original;
    • contract services from third parties;
    • enroll broadcasting companies, newspapers, magazines and other periodicals;
    • provide certificates;
    • issue subpoenas;
    • advise on mandatory documents;
    • write the office's accounting;
    • archive tax certificates and guides;
    • define physical space to accommodate the collection;
    • protocol titles;
    • register marriages;
    • provide verbal information;
    • manage collection;
    • read the act to the user;
    • record changes to property data, persons and rights;
    • inform entities and credit associations of information on protests drawn up and canceled;
    • register deaths;
    • act impartially;
    • register civil societies, associations and foundations;
    • certify compliance between electronic documents and paper documents;
    • inspect the payment of taxes;
    • cancel records;
    • act with emotional balance;
    • collect user taxes;
    • archive documents of individuals and legal entities;
    • hire employees and third-party services;
    • acting efficiently;
    • reason logically;
    • register the distribution of titles, lawsuits and other documents;
    • elaborate statistical information;
    • hire employees and outsourced services;
    • become sensitive to social aspects;
    • record amendments to articles of association and minutes;
    • support external pressures;
    • keep up to date;
    • register real estate;
    • register maritime contracts;
    • select employees;
    • keep confidential;
    • recognize signatures, letters and seals;
    • issue notifications;
    • verify compliance of the act with the will of the user;
    • supervise the payment of taxes;
    • decide quickly;
    • participate to the services of origin the changes in the facts of civil life;
    • prenote titles;
    • act with civility;
    • analyze the user's wishes;
    • train staff;
    • write notarial minutes;

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    • child education - pre-school
    • other recreation and leisure activities
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