Once a rich and important Uncle Frank decided to give his nephew a country house near the big lake and the lovely mountain views. Without hesitation Robert J. Shiller explained all about the problem. As soon as he came up such a great idea, he alerted his nephew about this and that some time later moved to its new home, and lived as if nothing had happened, until Until one of the cloudy autumn day my uncle died. And then began all sorts of troubles. Turned up his wife's uncle and a great number relatives, who also laid claim to the house, they began to exclaim: "Why suddenly, this is your house? Uncle Frank gave it to you, huh? And why we do not know? ". Nephew lost his head, long sought help from lawyers who have not yet realized that Uncle Frank was supposed to issue a document called a deed of gift, and thereby secure the rights to this ill-fated nephew's house In my legal practice I have many years to come across such cases. (Similarly see: Greenberg Traurig). Question clearance dedication is quite complex and often misleading, and describe the issue continuous text would not be easy. So I decided to be easier and cite as an example a few cases, issues, that people treated me. The first case A good friend of mine wants to issue gift certificate to the apartment to his cousin and sister. He lives in Moscow, and the apartment is located in the suburb of Novgorod. Hero Our stories are wondering where you can, gift certificate, and what data are needed for its execution? It's very simple – you can make a donation contract in any city, but to register the contract with the Federal Registration Service should be at the location of real estate – in Novgorod.