What to look for when choosing a notary public Compared to other countries around the world, the term ‘notary public‘ in Australia is relatively unknown and not used, yet notary services are an important part of international transactions. Probably most people would not know what a notary public is or what a notary public does […]
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Notary assisting with Divorce (Hindu) in India Married in India and getting divorced in India? As an experienced notary public, we often assist petitioners and respondents to divorce proceedings in India under the Hindu Marriage Act. Documents such as affidavits in these Hindu divorce proceedings or a general power of attorney must be executed and properly […]
Public notary helping you get married overseas As a public notary providing assistance with documents used in foreign countries, clients often ask us to notarise documents to apply for certificates of No Impediment to Marriage. The legal requirements for Australians to marry overseas or to marry foreign nationals in another country can be different and […]
Public Notary assisting with documents for India If you are sending documents to India, you must have those documents notarised by a public notary. Unfortunately, finding a public notary in Sydney who is familiar with your requirements and readily available to assist you can be challenging. Fortunately, you have come to the right place. As a leading […]
Notary public witnessing Power of Attorney for use overseas As an experienced notary public, we assist clients with documents intended for other counties. One common document is the document known as a power of attorney, which is an important document in most countries – although it may be known by different names. Essentially a power […]
Notary public services for international trade and commerce You will probably require the services of a notary public if you are looking to expand your business internationally by venturing into overseas foreign countries. Formal documents confirming personal identity or business and company registrations in Australia will need to be notarised by a notary public and […]