In Australia, most people do not know what is a notary public or what a notary public does. A quick survey of people on the street will also reveal that they would not be familiar with the words ‘notary’ or ‘notary public’. These frequently asked questions attempt to answer some of the questions that clients ask us about what it means to be a notary public and our notary public services.
These frequently asked questions and their respective answers are based on our first-hand experience as a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney. Accordingly, the answers found in these frequently asked questions are not going to be readily available on the internet and they may not be applicable to other notaries.
Other FAQs regarding our notary public services
If you have any other questions regarding our notary public services, please contact us or browse our other frequently asked questions:
- What’s a ‘notary public’?
- What does a notary public do?
- What’s the difference between a notary public and a justice of the peace?
- What’s the difference between a notary and a commissioner of oaths?
- What makes you different from other notaries?
- What’s an ‘apostille’?
- What’s the Apostille Convention?
- I’ve been told I need an apostille. Where and how do I get it?
- What’s ‘authentication’?
- Are you recognised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade?
- What’s your experience in providing notary public services?
- Do you provide any services other than notary services?