• The contract on giving away securities may be concluded:
    - between parents and children, spouses and between a gift-maker and a grandchild,
    - between other persons, only for humanitarian purposes and if the receiver of gift is an educational, social, religious, humanitarian or another similar institution.
 
  • Order for transfer duly filled in (it can be downloaded from our website www.crhovrs.org under Regulations and Forms) may be submitted by:
- gift-maker,
- receiver of gift,
- brokerage company.
 
  • The order is submitted to the Central Registry counter or sent by mail.
 
  • The following enclosures are submitted with the order:
- notarized contract of gift,
- proof that the gift-maker and receiver of gift are the persons for whom making of contracts of gift of securities is allowed (excerpt from the registry of births, excerpt from the registry of marriages, certified statement on members of the household/ statement on cohabitation for the persons who live in common law marriage, etc.),
- proof of payment of the fee to the Central Registry (0.10% of nominal value, at least 30KM and 500 KM at the most).
 
  • If the order for transfer is submitted by a gift-maker, the following enclosures that must be certified with a competent body, must be submitted with the order:
- contract of gift (it does not have to notarized, its certification with the competent body is sufficient),
- proof that the gift-maker and the person receiving the gift are the persons allowed to make contracts on giving away securities (excerpt from the birth registry or registry of marriages or certified statement on members of household / statement on cohabitation for persons in common law marriage),
- a statement by the other spouse that the concerned securities are not marital estate, i.e. consent by the other spouse for making a gift if the concerned securities are marital property,
- proof of payment of the fee to the Central Registry (0.10% of nominal value, at least 30KM, 50KM at the most).
 
  • If the order is sent by mail or submitted by a third person, a certified copy of the identification document of the person signing the order should be submitted.