Notary Public Services

…. a Notary is a practising lawyer who holds a unique public office of trust and fidelity, and who, among other things, has the internationally recognised power and authority to prepare certificates of Australian law, and deeds and other instruments of all kinds, authenticated by his or her signature and official seal in a manner which renders them acceptable to the judicial or other public authorities in the countries in which they are produced.

– p37, Principles of Notarial Practice, Peter Zablud, Notary Public 2005 – Psophidian Press.

Notary services include:

  • Attestation of documents and certification of their due execution for use in Australia and internationally.
  • Preparation and certification of powers of attorney, wills, deeds, contracts and other legal documents for use in Australia and internationally.
  • Administering of oaths for use in Australia and internationally.
  • Witnessing affidavits, statutory declarations and other documents for use in Australia and internationally.
  • Certification of copy documents for use Australia and internationally.
  • Exemplification of official documents for use internationally.
  • Noting and protesting of bills of exchange.
  • Providing certificates as to Australian law and legal practice.
  • Other document validation and identification.
  • Various Maritime documentation such as preparation of ships’ protests and ships arrest.

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To further discuss, or arrange a time to meet with Myles, please email info@lawstore.com.au. For further information, please contact us.

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