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Inheritance

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€841,794,206.40

Inheritance

Inheritance with testament

  1. Heirship Certificate
  2. Certificate regarding non-revocation/amendment/cancellation of the heirship certificate
  3. Relevant application of the heir/beneficiary, which must contain (a) full particulars of the applicant, (b) full particulars of the deceased person at the Incorporeal Securities System (personal account & securities account), as well as identity card number, tax registration number and competent Tax Office.
  4. Certificate of registration of the passing of the deceased person (in original form or certified copy).
  5. Certificate referred to under nr. 105 of legislative decree 118/1973. It is a certificate issued by tax authorities, confirming that the shares have been declared to the tax authority (the inherited shares must be referred to in said certificate in detail) and that the relevant inheritance tax (if any) has been paid. If, however, said certificate bears the indication "Blockage in favor of the Greek State", this probably means that the tax pertaining to the specific securities has not been paid. The transfer of the securities to the heirs will be effected, however the securities will remain blocked in the special account. Said securities will be released as soon as the heirs submit to the Central Securities Depositary a certificate of payment of the inheritance tax (i.e. a certificate of release).
  6. Personal account number and securities account number (or, in case of co-ownership, co-owners' personal account number and securities account number). These particulars must be evidenced by submitting a certified true copy of the statement of personal account particulars and securities account details by the Administrators, both in respect of the deceased person and the lawful heirs.

Inheritance without testament

  1. Relevant application of the heir/beneficiary, which must contain (a) full particulars of the applicant, (b) full particulars of the deceased person at the Incorporeal Securities System (personal account & securities account), as well as identity card number, tax registration number and competent Tax Office.
  2. Certificate of registration of the passing of the deceased person (in original form or certified copy).
  3. Certificate of closest relatives of the deceased person.
  4. Certificate regarding non-insinuation of testament of the deceased person.
  5. Certificate regarding non-dispute of the inheritance right.
  6. Certificate regarding non-disaffirmance of inheritance (all of the above must be certified, while the certificates referred to under 4, 5 and 6 above must be obtained by the company within one month from the date of issuance by the First Instance Court).
  7. Certificate referred to under nr. 105 of legislative decree 118/1973. It is a certificate issued by tax authorities, confirming that the shares have been declared to the tax authority (the inherited shares must be referred to in said certificate in detail) and that the relevant inheritance tax (if any) has been paid. If, however, said certificate bears the indication "Blockage in favor of the Greek State", this probably means that the tax pertaining to the specific securities has not been paid. The transfer of the securities to the heirs will be effected, however the securities will remain blocked in the special account. Said securities will be released as soon as the heirs submit to the Central Securities Depositary a certificate of payment of the inheritance tax (i.e. a certificate of release).
  8. Personal account number and securities account number (or, in case of co-ownership, co-owners' personal account number and securities account number). These particulars must be evidenced by submitting a certified true copy of the statement of personal account particulars and securities account details by the Administrators, both in respect of the deceased person and the lawful heirs.

Inheritance with testament

  1. Relevant application of the heir/beneficiary, which must contain (a) full particulars of the applicant, (b) full particulars of the deceased person at the Incorporeal Securities System (personal account & securities account), as well as identity card number, tax registration number and competent Tax Office.
  2. Certificate of registration of the passing of the deceased person (in original form or certified copy).
  3. Certified true copy of the minutes of the competent court regarding insinuation of the testament (holographic, mystic, emergency testament) or certified copy of the public testament.
  4. Certified true copy of the minutes of the competent court whereby the holographic will was probated (in the case of a holographic will which was officially validated).
  5. Certificate of non-insinuation of another testament.
  6. Certificate regarding non-dispute of the inheritance right.
  7. Certificate regarding non-disaffirmance of inheritance (the certificates referred to under 5, 6 and 7 above must be certified as true copies and obtained by the company within one month from the date of issuance by the First Instance Court).
  8. Certificate referred to under nr. 105 of legislative decree 118/1973. It is a certificate issued by tax authorities, confirming that the shares have been declared to the tax authority (the inherited shares must be referred to in said certificate in detail) and that the relevant inheritance tax (if any) has been paid. If, however, said certificate bears the indication "Blockage in favor of the Greek State", this probably means that the tax pertaining to the specific securities has not been paid. The transfer of the securities to the heirs will be effected, however the securities will remain blocked in the special account. Said securities will be released as soon as the heirs submit to the Central Securities Depositary a certificate of payment of the inheritance tax (i.e. a certificate of release).
  9. Personal account number and securities account number (or, in case of co-ownership, co-owners' personal account number and securities account number). These particulars must be evidenced by submitting a certified true copy of the statement of personal account particulars and securities account details by the Administrators, both in respect of the deceased person and the lawful heirs.