Notarial Services

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AWD Law provides notarial services related to foreign and local matters. In its dealings with its clients, the practice strives to deliver a first-rate service, supported by its track record of dedicated customer service.

A notary public is authorised by statute to administer oaths and declarations. We also draft affidavits and declarations to our clients’ instructions.

A Notary Public is an attorney who is qualified to prepare and witness certain types of specialised documents such as

  • Antenuptial Contracts for couples before they get married
  • International documents
  • Deeds for registration in various public offices
  • Ante-nuptial contracts
  • Powers of attorney
  • The administering of oaths
  • Witnessing signatures on affidavits
  • Statutory declarations
  • The certification of copied documents.

Unlike a Commissioner of Oaths, a Notary Lawyer is in a position to witness a document signed in front of him.

A Notary Public attests, certifies, signs and seals the following documents most frequently:

  • Powers of Attorney: giving someone authority to act on another’s behalf
  • Certifying documents as true copies for use abroad: e.g. birth certificate
  • Affidavits and Declarations documents required for use as evidence in court.
  • Authenticating personal documents and information for immigration or emigration purposes.

If you represent a company or other organisation we will investigate your authority. In some cases we may ask you to produce certain documents, such as a certificate of incorporation or good standing. A board resolution or power of attorney may also be required.

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AWD Law offers specialist Notarial services. Contact us for more information.

Agreements To Be Executed Before A Notary

  • Lease agreements and trust deeds
  • Ante-nuptial contracts
  • Certain documents relating to the transfer of property
  • Certain forms of security or cessions are also executed in the presence of a notary and registered in the Deeds Office
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Notarial bonds
  • Witnessing the execution of documents and verifying the authenticity of signatures
  • Authenticating copies of documents
  • Will and Trust Preparation
  • Legalizing documents for use abroad.