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Old 3 Nov 20, 10:23 PM  
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Getting a document notarised

Can a company director notarise a document? Iíve looked online but canít get a definitive answer, does anyone know?

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Old 3 Nov 20, 10:26 PM  
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I had to have a DVC document notarised and it had to be a specifically trained/ registered soliton
There is a registered list of notaries somI used the one nearest to me
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I had my birth and marriage certificates notarised at a local solicitor for my application for NHS pension recently at a cost of £5 a copy. It stated on my application who could do it, wonder if different organisations ask for different people who can authorise them.
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We had to have our DVC documents notarised a few years ago. I googled and found a local solicitor that could notarise documents.
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Only certain solicitors are notary publics. You will have to make an appointment to see notary taking the document and your original passport. He/she will then notarise your document and affix their notary stamp/seal. Costs about £80.00. Very different here to USA where almost anyone can notarise a document
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They can be a counter signatory for items like passports but this has more relaxed rules. Is it definitely notarising you need, or just certification? They don't qualify for either as far as I'm aware, but it will make a difference to who you need to contact.

When I've had to get documents certified in the past, I used a local solicitor.

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I had my birth and marriage certificates notarised at a local solicitor for my application for NHS pension recently at a cost of £5 a copy. It stated on my application who could do it, wonder if different organisations ask for different people who can authorise them.
£5.00 would have meant you had your document sworn in front of a solicitor. This is different to having a document notarised
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£5.00 would have meant you had your document sworn in front of a solicitor. This is different to having a document notarised
Oh ok. All I know is I wasnít sending the originals off I probably wouldn't have seen them ever again. Thought thatís what it was called, just remembered it was a certified copy. Honestly what a twit.


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Originally Posted by Midges17 View Post
Can a company director notarise a document? Iíve looked online but canít get a definitive answer, does anyone know?

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No definitely not you have to be a notary to notarise a document.
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DD recently had to get some certificates notarised and a couple of phone calls to solicitors in town found us someone qualified to do this and it only cost £5 per document 👍
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