Notaries are fully legally qualified with most also being practising solicitors. All Notaries must qualify beyond the academic level of a solicitor.
Arriving in England with the Romans, Notaries have been practising throughout Europe ever since.
The primary function of a Notary is to act independently and to verify and to testify as to facts which carry legal implications. Generally, this involves the Notary preparing and/or witnessing documents for use in a foreign jurisdiction. This differs from the work of a solicitor, who only has jurisdiction within England and Wales.
I currently work with a number of businesses throughout Leicestershire, including Wolsey, Taylor Hobson Joules and Astra Zeneca.
If you have dealings with foreign countries, whether it be as customer, supplier or have a subsidiary or partner abroad, the chances are that one day you will need the services of a Notary. Typically the services available include: Witnessing a Director’s or appointed representative’s signature on documents eg:
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I have vast experience in providing documents for use in these countries. The requirements of these countries vary in detail but all are happy receive documents in English, produced here, so long as they conform to certain formalities. If you require translation into the local language this can be arranged, however, this is rarely needed. Sometimes an interpreter may be required and again this can be arranged.
The most common type of document required is for Powers of Attorney. To find out more about the particular requirements and essential elements required, please click here.
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