• The request is submitted by a holder or another authorized person acting on holder's behalf and for holder's account. The request is submitted to the Central Registry counter or sent by mail.
 
  • The following enclosures are submitted with the request:
- an identification document of a person submitting the order,
- power of attorney (if the order is submitted by an attorney-in-fact),
- an appropriate document proving that the applicant is an authorized person (if the order is submitted by a legal representative, spouse/common law marriage partner, a relative by blood or an in-law acting as an attorney),
- proof of payment of the fee in the amount of 5.00 KM to one of the Central Registry's accounts.
 
  • If the request is submitted for the purpose of the process of probate proceedings, the following enclosures should be attached:
- an identification document of a person submitting the order,
- power of attorney (if the order is submitted by an attorney),
- excerpt from the registry of deaths for the testator,
- excerpt from the registry of births for a child, if the request is submitted by testator's child, i.e. a document on adoption, if the request is submitted by testator's adopted child,
- excerpt from the registry of marriages, i.e. a certified statement of the person who lived in common law marriage with the testator, if the request is submitted by a spouse,
- excerpt from the registry of births for the testator, if the request is submitted by testator's parent,
- proof of payment of the fee in the amount of 5.00 KM into one of the Central Registry's accounts.
 
  • Certificate of ownership may only be issued if the data in the Central Registry system is identical with the data contained in the request and submitted enclosures, and if the data differ, appropriate amendment to the data should be done for the purpose of adjustment.
 
  • An appropriate identification document and other enclosures to the order are submitted in original or in copy certified by a competent body or as non-certified copy, while presenting the original for inspection, and translated by a certified court interpreter if made in a language that is not in official use in Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
  • If the order is sent by mail or submitted by a third party, a certified copy of identification document of the person signing the order should be enclosed too.