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The Notaries Profession in England is the oldest branch of the legal profession. Their origin can be traced back to the times of the occupation of Britain by the Romans. Mercantile Law is the body of law that deals with customs and practises of international commerce. Mercantile Law covers business transactions, insurance, licensing, patents, shipping, transportation and the sale and purchase of goods and services.

Just like notaries in countries with civil law jurisdictions, Notary Publics carry out all kinds of non-contentious legal work. They are effectively civil law lawyers or notaries practising in a common law jurisdiction and are a bridge between the civil law jurisdictions and the common law jurisdictions of England and Wales. Ecclesiastical Notaries are members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society of England.

A City of  London based Notary Public Lawyer, prepare Notarial Acts including Authentic Acts mainly executed in England and Wales for use elsewhere in the world. English Notary Public Law has been practised in the City of London since the the times of Henry VIII. The Notaries Profession in England is the oldest branch of the legal profession. Their origin can be traced back to the times of the occupation of Britain by the Romans.

This will include drafting, review and explanation of documents for use outside the UK. Drafting of  Wills and the administration of estates.

There are two basic types of Notarial Act; those in private form and those in public form for which there are Authentic Acts/Instruments.

The private form is when a Notary Public annexes a Notarial Certificate by way of authentication of a document thus converting it into a Notarial Act.

The public form is an Authentic Act/Instrument drafted by the Notary Public which will include verification of identity, legal capacity and understanding of the documents and awareness of the contents, and confirming authority to enter into the transaction e.g. in the case of a corporate body.

The role of the English Notaries in helping business and citizens is well recognised.

Notary Publics in England and Wales have had their Notarial acts recognised worldwide for centuries and this indeed has permitted citizens and businesses to circulate freely.

In this way, Notaries Public facilitate commerce and life for the ordinary citizen, as Notarial Acts enable them to go about their daily lives and business freely with reasonable cost and without undue delay.

 

The Notaries Profession in England is the oldest branch of the legal profession. Their origin can be traced back to the times of the occupation of Britain by the Romans. Mercantile Law is the body of law that deals with customs and practises of international commerce. Mercantile Law covers business transactions, insurance, licensing, patents, shipping, transportation and the sale and purchase of goods and services.

Just like notaries in countries with civil law jurisdictions, Notary Publics carry out all kinds of non-contentious legal work. They are effectively civil law lawyers or notaries practising in a common law jurisdiction and are a bridge between the civil law jurisdictions and the common law jurisdictions of England and Wales. Ecclesiastical Notaries are members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society of England.

A City of  London based Notary Public Lawyer, prepare Notarial Acts including Authentic Acts mainly executed in England and Wales for use elsewhere in the world. English Notary Public Law has been practised in the City of London since the the times of Henry VIII. The Notaries Profession in England is the oldest branch of the legal profession. Their origin can be traced back to the times of the occupation of Britain by the Romans.

This will include drafting, review and explanation of documents for use outside the UK. Drafting of  Wills and the administration of estates.

There are two basic types of Notarial Act; those in private form and those in public form for which there are Authentic Acts/Instruments.

The private form is when a Notary Public annexes a Notarial Certificate by way of authentication of a document thus converting it into a Notarial Act.

The public form is an Authentic Act/Instrument drafted by the Notary Public which will include verification of identity, legal capacity and understanding of the documents and awareness of the contents, and confirming authority to enter into the transaction e.g. in the case of a corporate body.

The role of the English Notaries in helping business and citizens is well recognised.

Notary Publics in England and Wales have had their Notarial acts recognised worldwide for centuries and this indeed has permitted citizens and businesses to circulate freely.

In this way, Notaries Public facilitate commerce and life for the ordinary citizen, as Notarial Acts enable them to go about their daily lives and business freely with reasonable cost and without undue delay.

In countries subscribing to The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents only one further act of certification is required, known as an apostille, and is issued by a government department (usually the Foreign Affairs Department or similar).

For other countries an "authentication" or "legalisation" must be issued by the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the country from which the document is being sent or the Embassy, Consulate-General or High Commission of the country to which it is being sent.

Just like notaries in countries with civil law jurisdictions, Notary Publics carry out all kinds of non-contentious legal work. They are effectively civil law lawyers or notaries practising in a common law jurisdiction and are a bridge between the civil law jurisdictions and the common law jurisdictions of England and Wales. Ecclesiastical Notaries are members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society of England.

London Notary Public Lawyer, prepares Notarial Acts including Authentic Acts mainly executed in England and Wales for use elsewhere in the world.

This will include drafting, review and explanation of documents for use outside the UK.  Wills are drafted and estates are administered.

There are two basic types of Notarial Act; those in private form and those in public form for which there are Authentic Acts/Instruments.

The private form is when a Notary Public annexes a Notarial Certificate by way of authentication of a document thus converting it into a Notarial Act.

The public form is an Authentic Act/Instrument drafted by the Notary Public which will include verification of identity, legal capacity and understanding of the documents and awareness of the contents, and confirming authority to enter into the transaction e.g. in the case of a corporate body.

The role of the English Notaries in helping business and citizens is well recognised. Notary Publics in England and Wales have had their Notarial acts recognised worldwide for centuries and this indeed has permitted citizens and businesses to circulate freely.

In this way, Notaries Public facilitate commerce and life for the ordinary citizen, as Notarial Acts enable them to go about their daily lives and business freely with reasonable cost and without undue delay.

 

 

  • Offshore Companies, Foundations and Trusts
  • Real Property Documentation
  • Conveyancing
  • English Trusts
  • Special Powers of Attorney
  • Statutory Declarations
  • Share Certificates
  • Financial Statements
  • Sale and Purchase of Businesses
  • Certificates of Incorporation
  • Company Documentation
  • Contracts
  • Constitutions of Companies under the Companies Act
  • Private Company Formation
  • Limited Liability Partnership Formation
  • Limited Partnership Formation
  • Deed Polls
  • Board Resolutions and Board Minutes
  • Certificates of Incorporation on Change of Name
  • Verification, corroboration, prepation and certification of  legal documents
  • Probate
  • Wills
  • Mortgage Deeds
  • Acknowledgements
  • Recording of Facts
  • Bills of Exchange
  • Shipping Protests
  • Certified Copies of Passports, Driving Licenses and University Degree Certificates
  • Certification of Birth Certificates
  • Hague Convention 1961 Apostilles from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • London-based Embassy Legalisation
  • Bank Account Opening Forms
  • Arab Chamber of Commerce Legalisation
  • Business Law
  • Mercantile Law
  • Child Consent to Travel Forms