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Documents, contracts and identity proofs for anti-money laundering going abroad often require the signature and seal of a notary public to be accepted in the receiving country. Hence we are pleased to introduce our latest partner to the site, a firm of notaries located in Central London available 7 days a week to assist you with all notarial requirements, apostilles and legalisation:
Notary Express is the first choice for notary public services. Its London office is perfectly positioned to certify and notarise documents for use in any country. It also provides FCO apostille, embassy legalisation and document translation services. It is available to see clients same day.
- Notary Express is an affordable service, working to fixed fees and free of VAT or other taxes.
- Notary Express is accessible, open 7 days a week from 8am till late evening.
- Notary Express provides a high-quality professional service and is a leading experts in its field.
- Notary Express can also arrange the provision of legal advice on company law in England & Wales.
What is a notary public?
A notary public is a fully qualified lawyer who is a member of the oldest of the three branches of the legal profession in England & Wales. Notaries are appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury and are regulated by The Faculty Office. Their seals are recognised worldwide.
You might need to see a notary to...
- draft or sign a power of attorney
- get an apostille or legalisation from a consulate
- get a certified copy of a passport or other document
- confirm the legal status of your company
- make a statutory declaration, or swear an oath or affidavit
- buy, sell or transfer property
- authenticate your signature on a deed or contract
- deal with immigration, residence or work permits
- ensure fairness and impartiality during a share ballot drawing or stock and bond redemption
- and for many other reasons