Yes, but our notary public services are limited to preparing the notary certificate.
We do not practice in laws of other countries, and so if you need a specific document for that country, such as a power of attorney, you should have that power of attorney document properly prepared for you by a lawyer in the intended destination country. Occasionally you may also be able to download forms from the internet – although you should seek relevant advice before making changes to those forms.
If we prepare any kind of document (other than the notary certificate) for you to use in another country, we do not take responsibility for whether that document is acceptable or legally valid in that country. You must make your own enquiries at all times to satisfy yourself that you have met the requirements of the intended destination country. In most cases we are unable to check whether your document is correct or valid according to the laws of the intended destination country.
FAQs for documents requiring notary public services
If you have questions regarding documents for your intended destination country, please review the frequently asked questions here or call our office on 02 9687 8885 to speak to our notary public.
- Do you prepare documents for overseas?
- Do you have stamp paper or bonded paper?
- Do you have any templates for what the document needs to look like or the wording?
- Do my documents need to be in English or in any other language?
- My documents are on email or in a USB stick, can I print them at your office?
- Will you notarise an electronic document?
- Will you bind my documents?
- If I need certified copies of original documents, do I need to bring my own copies?
- Do I need to bring the document myself or I can send someone else?
- My document needs to be witnessed but I have already signed it. Can it still be notarised?