UK Notary Stamps

Notaries Public practising in the UK are obliged to use a Notary stamp to authenticate documents.  UK Notaries Public must use a steel Notary stamp that is unique to their Notarial Practice, unlike their US counterparts who use a rubber Notary Stamp, similar to those used by Banks and Building Societies.

At MD Pryke Notary Public we use a steel Notary stamp as pictured below

Notary Stamp

Notary Stamp used by London Notary Public, Matthew Pryke

Which creates a Notary stamp imprint as follows

Notary seal used by London Notary Matthew Pryke

UK Notary seal, example of…

For more information on UK Notary stamps, please contact M D Pryke Notary Public through the usual channels.

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  1. Aditya chaudhary  January 27, 2013

    i have to attest my document. Please advise how much u will charge and what is the right time to contach you. My Contact no. is 0447809829295

  2. Matthew  January 28, 2013

    Dear Aditya,

    Thanks you for making contact with my Notary Public website. I understand that you need a document notarised and I would be delighted to assist.

    I am available to meet with you this week, what time did you have in mind? I could meet with you today or tomorrow, if this is convenient? This a link to the office directions http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=W1B+2AD Please note that the reception and meeting room is on the second floor of Hamlins LLP.

    In relation to the meeting please can I ask you to bring with you to the meeting:

    1. Your current passports.
    2. A utility bill or bank statement which is less than 3 months old and confirms your UK residential address.
    3. The document that is required to be notarised.

    If you wish to proceed with this then please note that all of my services will be delivered strictly in accordance with my terms of business https://www.mdpryke-notary.com/londonnotarypublicterms/. This means that the fees for this service will be payable in cash or cheque when attending the appointment. To notarise 1 document the fees are £ 90, with each subsequent document being charged at £40 each.

    Please let me know if you have any further questions otherwise I would be grateful if you would reply to confirm when you would like to meet.

    Thanks and I look forward to hearing form you.

    Regards
    Matthew

    Matthew Pryke
    Notary Public of England & Wales
    M D Pryke Notary Public LLP
    D:0207 355 6019
    E:matthew@mdpryke-notary.com

    Roxburghe House, 273-287 Regent Street, London, W1B 2AD DX 53803 Oxford Circus North

    Tel + 44 (0) 20 7355 6000 | Fax +44 (0) 20 7518 9100 | http://www.mdpryke-notary.com

    All services are delivered strictly in accordance with our terms of business https://www.mdpryke-notary.com/londonnotarypublicterms/

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