Finding a cheap Notary Public in London – is this possible?

find-a-cheap-notary-publicPeople often undertake a Google web search for a “cheap Notary Public” but can you find such a Notary Public in London? London has the greatest concentration on Notaries in the UK which provides the best opportunity to sensibly compare the Notary fees charged.

Notary Fees can vary greatly and be influenced by:

1. VAT – does ...

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Why do I need to see a Commissioner for Oaths?

A Commissioner for Oaths is a person in the legal profession who is entrusted with the ability to witness the signing and swearing of documents.

Quite simply, they witness you signing a document and swearing that the information you have supplied is correct to the best of your knowledge.  Then the Commissioner for Oaths will sign to authenticate your declaration.

You may need the services of a Commissioner for Oaths if you are: changing a will, making a power of attorney or ...

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What is a Commissioner for Oaths?

The concept of a Commissioner for Oaths, or what is sometimes described as a Commissioner of Oaths, is often misunderstood.  In English law, the following professions can be administer Oaths

  • Notary Public
  • London Notary
  • Solicitor
  • Barrister
  • Legal Executive
  • Licensed Conveyancer

A London Notary such as Matthew Pryke is also a Commissioner for Oaths and can therefore deal with any requirements for a Commissioner for Oaths that may be encountered.  A meeting ...

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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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