Foreign and Commonwealth Office increase legislation fee from 9 April 2009

London Notary Public Matthew Pryke would like to inform all of his clients that with effect from 9 April 2009 the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has increased their legislation fees as follows:

Applications to premium service (Centrepoint, London) – £69 per Apostile.

Applications to Norfolk House (Milton Keynes) – £28 per Apostile.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office explain that the fee has increased because “the cost ...

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London Notary Public Climbs Kilimanjaro for Honeypot Charity

London Notary Public lawyer, Matthew Pryke successfully climbed Kilimanjaro to raise over £30,000 for the Honeypot charity. Matthew Pryke (pictured, 4th from the left) put himself through the gruelling 6,000m climb of Africa’s tallest peak during January. This London Notary Public practice works with Honeypot on numerous projects and makes a donation to the charity for every notary matter that it deals with. Honeypot provides essential respite breaks alongside a wider program of support services for vulnerable children and young ...

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Notary Public Fees – Are they Fixed?

As a London Notary Public my fees are not fixed. The Notary rules require a notary public to charge a proper fee which is appropriate for the level of service offered. For most matters the Notary should be able to tell you his fee in advance. However don’t forget to check whether the Notary will charge VAT as this will have a significant effect on the price. Expect to pay somewhere between £60 – £180 ...

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Is a Notary Public a Commissioner for Oaths?

In English law, a person appointed by the Lord Chancellor with power to administer oaths or take affidavits. All practising solicitors have these powers but must not use them in proceedings in which they are acting for any of the parties or in which they have an interest.

A London Notary Public such as Matthew Pryke is also a commissioner for oaths and can therefore deal with any requirements for a commissioner for oaths that you may encounter.  A meeting with a Notary ...

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