NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICES
What we delivered to you?
ATTEST DOCUMENTS AND CERTIFY THEIR DUE EXECUTION
PREPARE AND CERTIFY POWERS OF ATTORNEY, WILLS, DEEDS, CONTRACTS AND OTHER LEGAL DOCUMENTS
ADMINISTER OATHS FOR DOCUMENTS
WITNESS SIGNATURES TO AFFIDAVITS, STATUTORY DECLARATIONS,
POWERS OF ATTORNEY, CONTRACTS, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS
CERTIFY COPY DOCUMENTS
EXEMPLIFY OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS FOR USE INTERNATIONALLY
NOTE AND PROTEST BILLS OF EXCHANGE
What is a Notary Public?
In Australia, a public notary is a practising lawyer or solicitor who has special statutory powers to prepare and certify documents, witness signatures, confirm a person’s identity, administer oaths, take statutory declarations and provide a range of other administrative services to the public.
Purpose of Notarisation
Authorising documents via his or her unique official seal and signature, which is registered with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). So as to make them acceptable to judicial or other public authorities in the foreign country or jurisdiction in which they will be used.
Uniqueness of Notary Public
Notary Public is authorised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to issue authentication certificates to prove that signatures and seals of Notaries Public when documents are going to be used in a foreign country.
Notary Public differ from a Justice of the Peace because
of this international power of authority for certifying and attesting documents intended for use anywhere in the world.