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Notar Public Londra, Notar Public Anglia, Notar Roman Londra, Notar Roman Anglia, Notariat Londra, Notariat Anglia, Procura limba Romana, Declaratie limba Romana.

A Notary Public is empowered by law and by custom and usage of notaries through the ages to:-

  • Administer Oaths

  • Attest Signatures

  • Authenticate Documents

  • Give Notarial Acts

  • Take Affidavits 

  • Take Affirmations and Declarations

  • Receive and Make Protests under Mercantile Law, and issue notarial certificates in respect of documents and persons.

  • Draw up Powers of Attorney and other legal documents customarily prepared by Notaries Public

 

Notary Services for Individuals

Copies of passports for example to open a bank account

Witnessing a power of attorney

Certified copies of documents such as exam certificates

Lost passports, share certificates or other documents

Statutory declarations to be made before a notary public

Declarations of single status when getting married

Administer Oaths

Permission for one parent to travel with children

Apostille and legalisations at consulates

Any other documents for abroad, which require a notary public certificate

Notary Services for Businesses

Assignments or registration of trademarks in international jurisdictions

Apostille and legalisation service

Witnessing a power of attorney

Notarisation of company documents

Affidavits, statutory declarations, and sworn statements

Any other documents for abroad, which require a notary public certificate

 

Legalisation and Apostille

Once Notarially Certified, certain documents may require further certification such as the affixing of an Apostille certificate or on some occasions Consular legislation is required.

Legalisation

Some documents to be used outside of England may need to be legalised.

 

Legalisation is an internationally recognised procedure for certifying the authenticity of a Notary’s signature and/or official seal applied to a public document.

In order for a document to have been legalised, a Notary Public must:

Attest the signature of a person to a formal document and subscribe his or her name and affix his or her official seal to the document;

Produce to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office his or her signature and official seal in order to be verified;

Finally, produce the document to the diplomatic or consular representative in London of the foreign country in which it is intended.

 

It will usually be stated by the party requiring notarisation if legalisation is needed, but if you are unsure the   Notary will be pleased to advise you.

Apostille

An Apostille is a certificate issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London or Milton Keynes verifying the genuineness of the signature and/or seal of a Notary Public.

 

This Apostille certificate can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office upon payment of the appropriate consular fee.

The Apostille procedure is sometimes referred to as a ‘fast-track’ version of legalisation as it applies in lieu of Legalisation between countries that have signed and ratified or acceded to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961.

If you are in any doubt as to whether an Apostille is required, the Notary will be pleased to advise you.

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