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Notaries Practice Rules 2019

The new Notaries Practice Rules 2019 came into force on 02 December 2019.

To access a PDF copy of the Rules please see the following web page:
https://www.legalservicesboard.org.uk/Projects/statutory_decision_making/pdf/2019/

The Rules brought in changes to notarial practice designed to provide to notarial clients with
enhanced transparency around costs, services and redress/complaints information following
the recommendations made by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in their
report on competition in the legal sector in late 2016.

The Rules set out the information which must now be given to notarial clients at the outset
of a matter and information which must appear on any website of all notaries practicing in
England and Wales. Please see below the topic areas covered by the Rules and for the
website information relevant to this practice, please click on the link:

 

PRICE INFORMATION – the basis upon which a notary public will calculate the fees for their
services. Please see the following web page for further information:
https://www.notarypublic.london/faqspayments/

 

SERVICE INFORMATION – a brief outline of the services which the notary public offers as
providing (both reserved legal activities and other legal activities) setting out the key stages
of the work (if more than one) and the normal timescales for each key stage. Please see the
following web page for further information:
https://www.notarypublic.london/notary-public-services/

 

REDRESS INFORMATION – confirmation of the level of insurance which the notary public will
carry under their professional indemnity policy. Please see the following web page for
further information:
https://www.notarypublic.london/regulatory-information/

 

COMPLAINT INFORMATION – confirmation that you are covered by a formal complaints
procedure in the event that a client is dissatisfied with the service provided and an
explanation of how to make such a complaint. Please see the following web page for further
information:
https://www.notarypublic.london/regulatory-information/

 

REGULATORY INFORMATION – Written confirmation that the Notary Public is “Regulated
through the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury”. Please see the following web
page for further information:
https://www.notarypublic.london/regulatory-information/

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