Our Notaries are qualified by examination and through their admission by Royal Appointment to the Court of Faculties, 1 The Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3JT, England. They are members of the Notaries Society of England and Wales, they are members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society of England, they are members of the Chinese Business Networking Group, they are members of the City of London and Shoreditch Rotary Club, they are members of the London Chamber of Commerce, England and they are members of the International Bar Association.
Our Internatonal Lawyers are educated to post - graduate Law School level, they specialise in the Legal Aspects of International Trade , International Law, Conflict of Laws, teach at under - graduate university degree law courses and they are regularly booked as a speakers at legal seminars by law firms and to speak to senior executives relating to international distribution and agency agreements. They are regular contributors to newspaper articles, to specialist magazines, they are specialist lawyers who advises clients on International Law, Notary Public Law and is a Commissioner for Oaths.
We are Commissioners of Oaths and can swear Affidavits, Statutory Declarations, property leases and much more.
A full list of our Notary Public Lawyer services, to both corporate and private clients, is available on this site.
The English Notary Public profession form the third and oldest branch of the legal profession in England and Wales. Their origin can be traced back to the times of the occupation of Britain by the Romans. Lawyers who are qualified as a Notary Public, are the most highly trained Lawyers in England.
Just like Publico de Notario, Notaire, Notar Offentlichkeit and Pubblico di Notario in countries with Civil Law jurisdictions, an English Notary Public carry out all types of non - contentious legal work for private and corporate clients. Our Lawyers are also Church of England Ecclesiastical Canon Law Lawyers.
An English Notary Public Lawyer is effectively a Civil Law Lawyer. English Notary Public Lawyers practise in a Common Law jurisdiction and are effectively a bridge between the Civil Law jurisdictions and the Common Law jurisdictions of England and Wales.
As Notaries, we record matters of judicial importance, as well as private transactions or events where an officially authenticated record or a document drawn up with which professional skill or knowledge is required.
Pursuant to the Public Notaries ( Practising Certificates ) Rules 1982 and 1991, we are enrolled as Notaries Public for England and Wales and are entitled to practise as such.
In accordance with the Solicitors Act 1974 and the Legal Services Act 2007, we provide drafting and legal advice relating to Wills, Probate and Trusts.
We are Commissioners for Oaths in accordance with the Commissioners for Oaths Act 1889.
Documentation requiring Apostilles from the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office and documentation requiring certification by embassies based in London, can also be arranged on behalf of our clients.
Specifically, the functions of Notaries include the preparation of certain types of documents (including international contracts and powers of attorney) and certification of their due execution, administering of oaths, witnessing affidavits and statutory declarations, and the certification of copy documents.
Significant weight attaches to documents certified by English Notary Public Lawyers.
Documents certified by Notaries are sealed with the Notary's seal and are recorded by the Notary in a register maintained by her / him. These are known as "Notarial Acts". Notarial acts under the signature and seal of a Notary are recognised as evidence of a responsible legal officer in all countries of the world.
The Civil Procedure Rules of the Supreme Court of Judicature of England and Wales, provide that a notarial act or instrument may be received in evidence without further proof as duly authenticated in accordance with the requirements of the law, unless the contrary is proved.