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To comply with money laundering regulations a Notary must confirm your identity. When attending an appointment with a Notary each person signing the document must provide at least one of the following:
- Driving licence with photo ID card
- A valid passport
- National identity card (only for EEA state members)
- Armed forces pass (with photo and signature)
- Firearms licence (with photo and signature)
- Any other official government issue ID card (with photo and signature)
- Residence permit (where relevant)
You must also provide proof of your address by one of the following:
- Recent bank statement or letter from bank
- Recent utility bill or council tax bill (not a mobile phone bill)
- Tenancy agreement or Housing Association rent card for your current address
- Inland Revenue tax demand or self assessment statement
If you are acting on behalf of a Corporation you must provide evidence of the due incorporation of the company. This can be one of the following documents:
- Certificate of incorporation
- Extract from the company register
- Latest report and audited accounts
- Up to date certified copy of partnership agreement
What does a Notary Public do?
A Notary Public is a specialist lawyer who can witness or certify documents for use in foreign countries. By virtue of the Notaries signature and official seal, authorities in other countries will be assured that the relevant checks have been carried out.
As an example, when buying a property abroad you may need to give your overseas lawyer power to deal with the purchase. A Notary Public can watch you sign a Power of Attorney and then notarise this document to ensure that it is accepted in the country involved.
Notary Public services for companies and businesses
A Notary can formalise legal documentation for
- Assignments or registration of trade marks.
- Apostille and legalisation.
- Powers of attorney.
- Certification of Company documents and records.
- Affidavits, statutory declarations and sworn statements.
- Property transactions, transfers, purchases and sales.
- Any other documents for use abroad including court papers.
Notary Public services for individuals
A Notary can formalise legal documents such as
- Copies of passports.
- Powers of attorney.
- Certified copies of qualification certificates.
- Transfers of land, or shares.
- Lost passport declarations.
- Statutory declarations.
- Permission for children to travel with one parent.
- Sponsorship declarations.
- Any other legal documents for use abroad, including court papers.