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There are approximately 800 Notaries across England and Wales and Notaries Public form one of the oldest branches of the legal profession.
If you require the services of a notary public, there are
two notaries based in our offices offering services to both businesses and
members of the public. Whilst they are based in our offices and are also
employed by Ramsdens Solicitors as solicitors, they provide their notarial
services on a self-employed basis, and not on behalf of Ramsdens Solicitors.
You can find out more about notary fees and charges here.
A Notary Public is a specially-qualified lawyer, regulated through the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who serves as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts, which are related to the signing of important documents.
The notaries’ insurance indemnity limit is £1,000,000.
Notaries are covered by a formal complaints procedure in the event that a client is dissatisfied with the service provided, and details of how to make such a complaint are contained within the notaries’ terms of business, or upon request from them.
There are approximately 800 Notaries across England and Wales, and Notaries Public form one of the oldest branches of the legal profession.
This work involves the authentication and valid execution of documents for use abroad.
Such services are indispensable to the conduct of international transactions and quite often are the only thing preventing an individual or representatives from a company from having to travel abroad to conduct their business.
Typical examples of work carried out by notaries include: