Notary Public Services

  • Notarization of Documents for use overseas
  • Drafting and Notarization of consent to travel documents
  • Affidavit for estate matters, court cases, wills & probate and litigation worldwide
  • Authentication or an Apostille from department of Foreign affairs and trade
  • Notarial certificates of law and good standing
  • Administration of Oaths for the Giving of Evidence
  • Noting and Protesting Bills of Exchange

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Things to consider before seeing the Notary?

Before seeing the notary it helps to discuss and understand what is required. This is often shown in the requirements of the receiving party or a lawyer abroad. If possible, it may be sensible to fax or email the copies of the documents before seeing the notary.

The notary will need to be satisfied as to the identification of those attending before the notary. It is recommended to bring for documents of identification such as passport or driver’s license. A secondary document showing a home address,such as a utility bill or bank statement may also be required.

What you need to bring to Notary?

  • Identify evidence that shows a photograph and specimen signature – for example, a current and valid passport or driver license that will confirm your current address. A secondary identity document such as a utility bill may also be required.
  • Your original documents
  • Any instructions you have received from overseas
  • If you are signing on behalf on a company or somebody else. All the documents that show you have the authority to sign.

Witnessing Signatures

When a notary is required to witness the signing of a power of attorney or other document for overseas. the document must be signed in the notary’s presence.

Proof of Identity

Effective to notarization requires a notary to verify.

  • Signee’s Identity
  • The signee understands what was signed

Unless personally known to the notary. Signee must be satisfactorily identified with the production of at least a current passport or some other document issued by a government department or agency which includes a photograph and specimen signature.

Company Documents

Effective Notarization of company documents ordinarily requires a notary to verify.

That the company exists and the signer’s status within the company and the signer has authority to sing on the company’s behalf. often a notary will require evidence that appropriate corporate governance has been adhered to in relation to the company documents.