Notary Public in London
If your businesses handles overseas activities you will most probably need a notary public to authenticate and certify your paperwork to make it valid overseas. The exact requirements of this notarisation process vary form country to country, making it complex and time-consuming.
Our service caters to a large area of London, from the Docklands and Canary Wharf, through Vauxhall, Earlsfield, Clapham, Waterloo, Green Park, Mayfair, Oxford Circus and the West End. If you are looking for a local notary we can offer a full range of mobile notarial services – including apostille and legalisation – by visiting you at your offices or other preferred meeting location.
Do You Need a London Notary?
Notary London services are very important to corporate entities and other organisations in one of the largest financial and business hubs in the world. London based companies require legal practitioners for a variety of reasons, and we are here to assist you with the smooth running of your international operations, whether for business transactions or for overseas correspondence with foreign authorities.
If a business seeks a London notary, it can be because of certain legislation they have to get passed in order to conduct their business. Company Notary, during its 16 years of expert service, has catered to hundreds of clients with different needs and requirements. Anything from trademarks and patents, to property transactions and deeds – we have professionally and effectively dealt with all kinds of certification requirements.
We tell you in advance what information you need to provide – either online or in hard copy.
Our Notary Services
Usually, depending on the country, a foreign authority will not recognise a document until it has been authenticated. In the past, legislation was the “red tape” you would need to clear to become authenticated. However, since the signing of the Hague Convention, you can use apostille services to certify your documents in order for them to be recognised and used in foreign countries, as long as that country is a signatory of the Hague convention. Learn more about our apostille services.
In order to help make our service to you as exemplary as possible, we have created a notary wizard to help you identify general legal requirements for the certification of your documents. If you are still not 100% satisfied, we offer free preliminary advice before you use our services. We also offer an email service updating you with any changes to law and legislation that may affect your overseas operations.
For further assistance, or to schedule an appointment with a notary public in London, contact us today.