The Notary Public Legal Practice of Mr OT Lowry is Authorised and Regulated by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1 The Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3JL, England. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 - 7222 - 5381. The code of conduct of the Faculty Office applies to my practice. The Legal Ombudsman also regulates me. The address of the Legal Ombudsman is Baskerville House, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2ND, England. Telephone: +44 (0) 300 555 0333. I am a member of the Notaries Society of England and Wales, PO Box, 1023, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 9XB, England.
In accordance with the Commissioner for Oaths Act 1889, the Lord Chancellor may from time to time, by a commission signed by him, appoint persons being practising solicitors or other fit and proper persons, to be Commissioners for Oaths, and may revoke any such, appointment.
A Commissioner for Oaths may, by virtue of her / his commission, in England or elsewhere, can administer any oath or take any affidavit for the purposes of any court or matter in England, including any of the ecclesiastical courts or jurisdictions, matters ecclesiastical, matters relating to applications for notarial faculties, and matters relating to the registration of any instrument, whether under an Act of Parliament or otherwise, and take any bail or recognizance in or for the purpose of any civil proceeding in the Supreme Court, including all proceedings on the revenue side of the Queen's Bench Division.
The practise is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office registration number ZA276635 ("Notary Business") or its affiliates, which may be confidential, privileged or otherwise protected from disclosure. Your personal data will be processed in connection with notarial and associated services and related business activities. Please view my privacy notice for further information. If you provide services to my Notary Business you agree to comply with the data processing terms.
The Notary Public Legal Business complies with The European General Data Protection Regulations 2016 / 679. (GDPR 2016 / 679) and with the 5th European Union Anti - Money Laundering Directive implemented in July 2018, with the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury Anti – Money Laundering Guidance Rules, implemented in October 2018 and with both the English Know Your Client Rules and with the European Union Know Your Client Regulations 2019.