USA – Notary Public for Property Transactions

Property Transactions in the United States of America

United States of AmericaIn the United States of America, legal documents prepared for property transactions generally require notary public services and notarisation in some form or another irrespective of whether you are buying property or selling property. While notarisation in the US is a fairly common practice, it is less common in Australia. In the US, a notary is similar to a justice of the peace in Australia but in Australia, a notary is a different role normally filled by a senior lawyer.

So if your US attorney sends documents for you to sign and notarise in Australia, what do you do?

Notarising your documents in Australia

You have a few options available to you.

  1. You could travel to the US to sign the documents in front of a US notary;
  2. You could visit the closest US Consulate in your closest capital city; or
  3. You could avoid the additional expense and delay of those options and use our notary public services.

As a leading provider of notary public services in Parramatta, we assist many clients across Sydney with their legal documents intended for America, especially legal documents relating to property transactions.

Whenever our clients have US property transactions, we ensure that their legal documentation satisfies their US attorney’s instructions so that they will be legally valid and properly recognised in America. Be aware that depending on the county your legal documents for property transaction may also need to be stamped with an apostille.

If you are buying or selling property in the US, then our hassle-free notary services offer you the most cost-effective solution without the headaches and without the hassles. Our notary public and notary services are recognised by the US Consulate, Sydney and our details currently appear on their website for notaries in the Parramatta area.

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Do you have any questions regarding this article?

If you have never had to have a document notarised before, you may find our role as a notary public, the notary public services that we provide, and this whole process (especially authentication, legalisation and apostille) to be confusing and daunting. Do not worry! We are here to try to simplify it, make it easy for you to understand, and to guide you or assist you with achieving your desired goal.

Please contact us or visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information regarding this article or our notary public services.

Click here to see the flowchart that we created to help you understand the process regarding notarisation, apostille, authentication and legalisation.

So, what next?

If you are now ready to proceed with having your document notarised, please visit our Notary Fees page for a FREE quote on our notary public services or just call us on 02 9687 8885 and speak to our friendly staff about your requirements.

Why choose Phang Legal for your notary public services?

We are a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney known for our low-cost fixed fee notary services, our availability to provide notary public services on short notice, and our focus on personal and timely notary public services. With our offices conveniently located in Parramatta, the geographic centre of the Sydney metropolitan area, our notary public assists clients from across all suburbs of Sydney and beyond.

Ern Phang, Notary Public

Ern Phang
Notary Public

This website is maintained by Phang Legal, an incorporated legal practice in Parramatta and a leading provider of notary public services to clients across Sydney. Extensive experience and low-cost fixed prices ensures quality services and satisfied clients.

Ern Phang is the solicitor director of Phang Legal and a notary public. Ern regularly writes about his experiences as a notary public and the kinds of issues faced by his clients in sending documents overseas.

All information contained in this article is for general purposes only and correct as at the time of publication. You should only rely on information and advice that is specific to your situation and current at the time you wish to rely on it.

Posted: 2010-08-01 00:00:01 / Last edited: 2018-01-28 22:32:30