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WHY YOU MAY REQUIRE A NOTARY PUBLIC?

Individuals

The principal role of a Notary in England and Wales is to provide independent proof of documents, transactions and facts to the satisfaction of authorities overseas.

The following documents are examples of those that often require notarisation:

  • >Certifying copies of academic qualifications
  • >Certifying copies of passports and other documents such as academic qualifications
  • >Affidavits confirming freedom to marry (often required to marry abroad)
  • >Documents for foreign adoption applications
  • >Attesting the signature and execution of documents
  • >Attesting powers of attorney and other documents for use in countries throughout the world
  • >Sponsorship documents
  • >Authenticating the execution of documents
  • >Authenticating the signing of an acknowledgment for use in the United States of America
  • >Applying for legalisation of documents at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (sometimes called 'obtaining an apostille') and for legalisation when necessary from the relevant embassy
  • >Administering oaths, affidavits and statutory declarations for foreign jurisdictions
  • >Other documents for use overseas which require authentication
  • >Providing Notarised copies
  • >Taking evidence in England and Wales (often referred to as depositions) for use in foreign courts

Businesses

The principal role of Notary in England and Wales is to provide independent proof of documents, transactions and facts to the satisfaction of authorities overseas.

As well as offering notarial certification, my strength comes in the provision of time-critical related matters. With professional and proactive approach commercial clients can be assured that time is of the essence, whilst remaining cost effective.

Clients include some of the leading businesses and high net worth individuals. I am experienced in advising both private and public limited companies and other corporate structures.

The following documents are examples of those that often require notarisation:

  • >Attesting powers of attorney and other documents for use in countries throughout the world
  • >Assisting with documents required to set up a company abroad
  • >Affidavits confirming freedom to marry (often required to marry abroad)
  • >Attesting tender documents and other documents which require to be signed on behalf of a company for use abroad
  • >Certifying documents relating to companies registered at Companies House or in foreign commercial registers
  • >Applying for legalisation of documents at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (sometimes called 'obtaining an apostille' ) and for legalisation when necessary from the relevant embassy
  • >Administering oaths, affidavits and statutory declarations for foreign jurisdictions
  • >Certifying copies of academic qualifications
  • >Certifying copies of passports and other documents
  • >Authenticating the signing of an acknowledgment for use in the United States of America
  • >Presenting bills of exchange for acceptance and payment, noting and protesting bills in cases of dishonour
  • >Attesting the signature and execution of documents
  • >Authenticating the execution of documents
  • >Other documents for use overseas which require authentication
  • >Providing Notarised copies
  • >Taking evidence in England and Wales (often referred to as depositions) for use in foreign courts
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