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Did some googling and playing with terms
Posted by Linda_H/FL of FL on 5/1/24 12:41pm Msg #648351
found this website - maybe it has something to do with this?,gifts%20listed%20by%20the%20German%20gift%20tax%20law

Specifically, this part that states:

"Who is tax liable?

Both, the recipient and the giver are liable for the German gift tax (Schenkungssteuer).

The taxation applies if either the recipient or the giver is qualified as a German resident person. A resident person is"

I know here in the US one can gift up to a certain amount each year per individual without gift tax liability. Maybe this is what it is? Either way, this notary needs to tell you what they need and provide any proper forms or your signer needs to find out and get the proper forms. The apostille only confirms your commission and that you are a notary in good standing.
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Messages in this Thread
 Perplexed re. a client's request after recent Apostille -  Cheryl Elliott on 5/1/24 12:21pm
 Did some googling and playing with terms - Linda_H/FL on 5/1/24 12:41pm
 Agree w/Linda regarding Apostille -  Yoli/CA on 5/1/24 1:26pm
 Re: Perplexed re. a client -  Cheryl Elliott on 5/1/24 2:13pm
 Re: Perplexed re. a client - Leo_FL on 5/2/24 8:00am
 Re: Perplexed re. a client -  Expeditor on 5/6/24 4:42pm
 Re: Perplexed re. a client -  Cheryl Elliott on 5/10/24 9:54am

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