The most common document the notary deals with is a Power of Attorney, closely followed by making certified copies of various certificates. However that is by no means the whole story.
Documents that need to be notarised are always for use outside the UK. It may be: -
- About French inheritance tax in relation to property owned in France
- A general inquiry about an international will
- To appoint lawyers to sell a property in Spain on your behalf.
- To appoint an agent to act for you in supplying goods in advance of the Olympics in 2016 Brazil.
- To support a job application in Qatar.
Many on these countries have particular requirements and insist on the documents being presented at the country's embassy. The notary will know what to do and in any event the notary can always rely on MyNotary who offer a comprehensive Legalisation service in London.
These ‘features’ pages serve to provide information and stories that may be of interest to clients using the services of a Notary Public.
The most common document the notary deals with is a Power of Attorney, closely followed by making certified copies of various certificates. However that is by no means the whole story…
About French inheritance tax in relation to property owned in France
A general inquiry about an international will
New EU rules to make it easier for citizens to handle the legal side of an international will or succession.
The European Succession Regulation (“Brussels IV”).
New this month:
UAE and Qatar Doing Business or going to work in the UAE or Gulf region? A big attraction of going to work in the Gulf is ... more
India. If you are of Indian origin and travel regularly to India this may save you time and trouble…
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