Document Notarisation Service
The Notarisation of a document usually involves a Notary Public checking the identity of an individual and his/her capacity to sign the document. Once the required checks have been performed, the Notary will affix a notarial seal (and often also a notarial certificate) on the document. Notarisation might also be required to certify the authenticity of an official document, e.g. an Education Certificate, or to issue a certified copy of an original document, e.g. a Passport.
A Notary Public is a qualified lawyer, whose primary role is to:
• Prepare and witness power of attorney for use overseas
• Authenticate company and business documents and transactions
• Authenticate and Certify signatures and documents for use abroad
• Deal with purchase or sale of land and property abroad
• Authenticate documents for immigration or emigration purposes, or to apply to marry or to work abroad
We work with a network of Notaries, allowing us to assist with the notarisation of documents across the U.K in as little as 24 hours. We also frequently arrange company visits to allow multiple signatories/signatures to be witnessed in one session, which ensures that future document processing will be actioned more efficiently. For further information on our notarisation services, please contact our Sales team on +44 (0) 1784 254123 or please use our online contact form.