4000 Notary Clients! WOW & Thank You

London Notary Public practice celebrates helping 4000 clients with their Notarisation and Legalisation requirements. Matthew Pryke explains what a privilege and pleasure it is to be able to assist so many Notary clients and businesses with their requirements for seeking Notary stamps, Apostilles and requirements for having documents recognised overseas.

In this video, Matthew explains why he is committed to demystifying the Notary profession to ensure clients are provided with a new opportunity to get documents Notarised quickly, ...

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London Notary Public Guide – Qualifying as a Notary

London Notary Publics are most commonly used when a document needs to be witnessed, authorised or certified as legitimate for use in a foreign jurisdiction. In order to have the authority to carry out these functions, an individual must have qualified as a Notary Public and be recognised by the Master of the Faculties.

The path to becoming a Notary Public is a three stage process involving academic and professional training before Admission. It is important ...

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London Public Notary News – The Serious Crime Act 2015

The Serious Crime Act 2015 (SCA 2015) comes into force on 3 May 2015 and creates a new offence of participating in the activities of an organised crime group. This creates implications for Legal Professionals including a Notary Public. To assist our London Notary Public clients and UK Notary Publics we set out below a brief guide to this new legislation.

Do the provisions raise any practical implications for Notary Publics in London and Notary Public the UK?

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LONDON NOTARY PUBLIC OFFERS MULTI-LINGUAL WEBSITE TO ITS CLIENTS

We are delighted to announce that our London Notary Public website, located at url: www.mdpryke-notary.com is now available to our clients in multiple languages. As a Notary Public in London, we are continually dealing with international Notary clients where English may not be their first language. On this basis user improvements have been incorporated into our London Notary Public website to enable notaries clients to pick and choose which language they wish to use ...

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Free Notary Fee Quotes – Don’t Choose a Notary Without One!

London is a city which houses many Notary Public practices providing professional Notary services. Whilst close proximity and professionalism of service are very important it is inevitable the choice of Notary Public in London will often come down to Notary fee price.  As a London Notary Public the fees charged are not fixed. The Notary rules require a notary public to charge a proper and reasonable fee which is appropriate for ...

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Notary Public London Guide: Legalisation office – Festive opening hours

Notary London firm, MD Pryke Notary Public LLP would like to pass on details of the Christmas and New Year opening hours for the Legalisation offices in Milton Keynes and Central London.

The Foreign and Commonwealth office advise that both Legalisation offices will operate as usual, up to and including Thursday 23 December 2010.

Milton Keynes – Norfolk House:

24 December: 09.30 to 14.00

27 December: Closed

28 December: Closed

29 December: Closed

30 December: 09.30 to 15.30

31 December: 09.30 ...

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Notary Public London – Scrivener Notaries

As part of our Notary Public London campaign to explain all aspects of the Notary Public business in clear, jargon free terms, today we’re going to examine the historic roots of the ‘scrivener notary’.

The term scrivener originally referred to a writer or scribe.  Unlike a Notary Public in London today, their job was simply to transcribe the spoken word accurately, most often in the service of kings or noblemen.  Indeed, Notaries first appear as ...

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Notary Public London to Cambridge bike ride

A Notary Public London to Cambridge Bike Ride took place on Sunday 12th September, in aid of the children’s charity Honeypot.  Matthew Pryke, a Notary Public in London took part in the ride, personally raising over £1500 for Honeypot.  The course was 65 miles long and started at Finsbury Circus.

Matthew says, ‘The Notary Public London to Cambridge bike ride was a great success.  We were blessed with good weather and raised a substantial amount ...

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Notary Public Legalisation – Arab League Embassy Update

London Notaries Public Practice, MD Pryke Notary Public would like to inform all of its Notaries clients that during the week beginning 23 November 2009 various Arab League Embassies including the United Arab Emirates Embassy will be closed due to the Eid El-Hadha holiday.  In particular the legalisation offices of various Embassies will be closed as follows:

Notary Public Legalisation Office Closure Details

Algeria Embassy: Closed 26 November to 1 December 2009

Iraq Embassy: Closed 27 November 2009 only

Kuwait Embassy: Closed 26 ...

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