NOTARISATION

 

THE PROCESS


A Notary Public is a public official and qualified lawyer appointed by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury to verify aspects of a legal transaction. We may verify an original document or a copy, a company or an individual. When we notarise a document we typically prepare a notarial certificate reciting statements concerning the verification. This notarial certificate is then sealed and bound securely with ribbon to the document that we are notarising.

 

To get your document notarised, depending on the document, you would need to either send the document by email, by post or bring it in person to our office. If signing a document, you will need to sign in the presence of one of our notaries. If you need certified copies notarised, you must be able to provide us with the originals. When signing a document we will need you verify your identify, and you must bring photographic identification, proof of address, and any other documentation requested by the notary.

 

COMPANIES HOUSE


• We can verify all documents filed at Companies House directly
• Typical requests include Certificates of Incorporation, Change of Name Certificates, Articles of Association, Memorandums of Association, Confirmation Statements and Certificates of Good Standing.
• Free collection of Certificates of Good Standing ordered from Companies House London counter