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Why You Need a Notary

If you are a business that is operating globally, you are likely to need our services.

Many countries ranging from Saudi Arabia to the USA to India require documents executed in the UK to be validated by a Notary.

We are able to assist your business with whatever documents you need to have notarised for use abroad. We can also arrange FCO apostilles and embassy legalisation.

Committed To Your Company's Best Interests

We offer a comprehensive ‘one-stop-shop’ of legalisation and Notary services and are able to provide a tailor-made and responsive service for all your business notarial and legalisation requirements.

Our Notary fees are highly competitive and we provide quotations up front – so you will always know how much it will cost before any work is undertaken.

At a Time and Place That Suits You

Subject to agreement, we are often able to provide a same day Notary service and can offer an on-site Notary service at your offices, if desired. Alternatively, for large volumes of notarisation and legalisation work, we can offer a secure courier service to pick documents up from your office, notarise or legalise them and have them returned back to you within the agreed time frame.

Let us Assist You with Consular Legalisation

We are "recommended" by several embassies and can provide reliable and efficient consular and legalisation services.

Our Corporate Services

Our corporate clients include high street to large multi-national companies located in London, elsewhere in the United Kingdom, or abroad. Our Notaries are happy to attend clients' offices upon request.

Business Documents For Use Overseas

This can include commercial property purchase documents, export and shipping documents, opening foreign bank accounts or joint venture agreements.

UK Company Documents

This includes documents such as Memorandums and Articles of Association and Certificates of Good Standing, company contracts, company formation documents, Board Minutes and Insolvency Declarations.

Powers of Attorney

These are documents that give someone authority to act on another’s behalf, most commonly used in decision making, financial and property matters.

Global Notarisation Requirements

We can help legalise documents for most countries. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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We are open: Monday to Friday. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.