The protection of privacy and personal data has always been one of our highest priorities. According to the Art. 18 of the Act of 14 February 1991 Notary Law, a notary is obliged to keep confidential the circumstances of the case which became known to him or her due to the performed notarial activities. In addition, on 25 May 2018, European Union provisions came into force in Poland and other European Union countries – the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation). These provisions confirmed the rightness of extraordinary care for the sensitive matter of protecting customer data. Therefore, pursuant to Art. 13, Art. 26, and Art. 28 GDPR, we inform you that we process your personal data and provide information on how we process them. Information clause for the client of the Notary Office

  • Notary Małgorzata Taczkowska running a Notary Office in Poznań at Libelta 14/9, hereinafter referred to as “Notary”, received information constituting your personal data. The Notary will use them only for purposes related to the performance of notarial activities undertaken at your request. She will also use them when performing her duties under separate provisions related to these activities (e.g. collection of court fees and taxes).
  • The Notary’s activities are undertaken based on legal regulations that impose
    obligations related to the function and tasks performed (this meets the requirements of Article 6 (1) (b) and Article 9 (2) (g), (f) and (j) of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 – GDPR).
  • The detailed scope of the Notary’s duties is defined by the provisions of generally applicable law, in particular the Act of 14 February 1991 – Notary Law, Journal of Laws 2019.540 TJ.
  • The Notary may transfer your personal data to public authorities (e.g. courts and tax authorities) fulfilling her legal obligations.
  • The Notary has a legal obligation to store your personal data for 10 years from the end of the notary action for which she received the data.
  • Information constituting your personal data is used by the Notary in accordance with existing statutory requirements. This means that you have an obligation to provide personal data necessary for the proper (lawful) performance of notarial activities. Refusal to provide this information to the Notary prevents her from performing notarial activities.
  • In accordance with applicable law, you can access information constituting your personal data. You can also rectify them or request their erasure if the Notary Law allows it.
  • If you have any questions or concerns regarding your personal data, please send them to the e-mail address:
  • If you have any objections concerning the activities of the Notary regarding information that is your personal data, you may submit a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

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