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What is a notary public in the UK?

Frequently asked Notary questions What is a notary public in the UK? A Notary is a person, licensed to perform certain legal duties, in particular witnessing signatures on documents. A Notary prepares, witnesses or certifies documents required…
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Individuals - Certified and Notarised copy of your Passport​

Getting a Certified or a Notarised copy of a Passport A certified copy is a copy (photocopy) of a document that has on it a certificate stamp that it is a true copy. 
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Individuals - Power of attorney

The person you appoint is called your attorney. The Notary Public in London can witness your Power of attorney, appointing someone like lawyers overseas, family members or a friend to sign documents and act on…
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Qatari Consulate & educational certificates

The Qatari Consulate in London changed their requirements for legalisation of educational certificates (from June 2016) and now require all of the following items in any application:Certificate/DiplomaTranscriptCover letter from the issuing educational body confirming ALL…
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How does a Mobile Notary in London work?

When needing a Notary in London is most commonly for a Notarisation and or Apostille Legalisation. The Notary provides a varies amount of services... See Notary Services page here Often with busy schedules some clients arrange the Notary to make…
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