A Notary Public is also known as a notary or public notary and is usually a senior lawyer who is officially appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury in England. Notaries are mainly concerned with documents to be used overseas.
A notary public can issue a Notarial Certificate to certify, for example, that the person stated in the document has signed the document in the Notary's presence. A Notary Public can also confirm in the Notarial Certificate that he or she has compared a copy of a document with the original and has found the former to be a true copy.
Our notarial functions include:
- Attesting the signature and execution of documents
- Authenticating the execution of documents
- Administration of oaths and declarations
- Witnessing affidavits
- Certifying true copies of documents