The notary must establish the participant’s identity, his powers and the right to make a decision. According to the result of the notarial action, the participant receives a certificate.
These amendments entered into force on July 1, 2021. Thus, from this date, the increase in the authorized capital of an LLC with one participant must be certified by another notarial act — a certificate of this decision. Previously, the decision of the sole participant of the LLC to increase the authorized capital was confirmed by his signature, the authenticity of which had to be certified by a notary. However, such a certificate did not certify the content of the document.