Notary Public Shropshire

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I provide mobile notarial services in Shropshire and throughout the Black Country including Birmingham, Wolverhampton, The West Midlands and Staffordshire.

I offer appointments either at my office or at a location to suit you. I am happy to visit you either at your home or office to offer my Notarial services.
Please contact me to arrange an appointment or to obtain a quotation.

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What is a Notary Public?

You will often require the services of a Notary Public when you have documents which are needed to be used abroad. The Notary's signature and seal will verify to the authorities in that country that any relevant checks have been carried out and that the document has been properly signed.

The prime responsibility of a notary is to ensure that his notarial act may be relied upon by anyone in the world who may receive the document. This differs from the responsibility of a solicitor whose main duty is to his client.

Notarial practice is a separate and distinct element of legal service in England and Wales. It cannot be provided by solicitors. Most often it concerns the attestation, authentification or verification of documents, facts or events in circumstances which involve a foreign legal element. The form of certificate, authentication or other document or instrument prepared by a Notary is known as his “notarial act”, and may be, according to its nature and effect, either a public act or a private act.

The presence of the Notary's signature, often in combination with his unique official seal, will render the document in question, or the facts or circumstances attested by him therein as acceptable proof for the purposes of the judicial or other public authorities in the foreign country in which they are to be used.

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Notaries are available in Notary in Borehamwood , Notary in Southgate and Criminal Solicitors Sheffield

What services do you offer?

The preparation and completion of notarial acts requires a very high standard of care, since they are likely to be relied upon, not only by the client but also by third parties and officials at home and abroad. The Notary has to protect against the risk of inaccuracy, error, interference, forgery, dishonesty, money laundering and fraud.

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Notary services for businesses

For businesses, Notaries will:

…and many other documents required for use abroad

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Notary services for individuals

For private individuals, Notaries will:

…and many other documents required for use abroad

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How much does it cost?

An early indication of the costs can usually be given in advance, but so that I can establish the charges please tell me the following:

Please visit the contact page to obtain a quotation.

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Legalisation or Apostille

Further authentification, in the form of an “Apostille” from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and/or from the appropriate foreign consulate or embassy in England (called “Legalisation”) will often be required. Where it is, this process will involve delays and additional costs about which you will be properly informed.

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