0208 252 7373
Pinder Reaux & Associates
50 Liverpool Street
Below are some of the most common questions about what a Notary Public does. Please contact us to arrange an appointment of make an enquiry.
A Notary Public is an officer of the law, whose duty and role is to prepare, attest, authenticate and certify deeds and other documents for use anywhere in the world. A Notary Public's signature and seal validates a document for worldwide use as it is proof to the receiving jurisdiction, of the fact that the document was attested by the Notary Public. Notarial work requires a high standard of care as it is relied upon not only by you, but also by third parties, foreign governments and officials. As Notaries we have a responsibility to protect against error, omission, alterations, fraud, and forgery.
The cost will depend on the number and type of documents to be notarised. To obtain a quote please contact us with the following information:
We try to make the identification process as easy as possible for you and yet comply with all the legal requirements to make sure that the documents we notarise for you, are acceptable all over the world. The quickest way to have your documents notarised is to make sure that you follow the identification guide below and bring with you, to your meeting with our Notary Public original documents. If at all unsure, please phone us prior to attending your appointment.
For an individual:
Company searches may be required in support or proof of certain corporate acts. It is required that these are obtained direct from Companies House by the Notary. In addition to personal documentation for the relevant personnel, the documents that we require and which we will download include the following:
Other documents that may be requested from you include: