What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is a person authorized by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury to authenticate documents, usually for use in a foreign jurisdiction.
What does a Notary do?
A Notary Public administers oaths and certifies documents. The notary verifies your identification through your license, passport, and other qualifying identification.
Once the notary has been able to confirm your identity, his signature and seal authenticate the documents or signatures in question and they are then internationally recognized.
What Notarial services do we offer?
- Attesting the signature and execution of documents
- Authenticating the execution of documents
- Authenticating the contents of documents
- Administration of oaths and declarations
- Drawing up or noting (and extending) protests of happenings to ships, crews and cargoes
- Presenting bills of exchange for acceptance and payment, noting and protesting bills in cases of dishonour and preparing acts of honour
- Attending upon the drawing up of bonds
- Drawing mercantile documents, deeds agreement and wills in English and (via translation), in foreign languages for use in Britain, the Commonwealth and other foreign countries
- Verifying of translations from foreign languages to English and vice versa
- Taking evidence in England and Wales as a Commissioner for Oaths for foreign courts
- The provision of Notarial copies
- Powers of attorney, corporate records, contracts
- International domain name transfers