Notarisation Services: New Solutions to Keep Business Moving

Notary Public OPEN FOR BUSINESS to Notarise & Legalise documents remotely during COVID-19 Lockdown

Discover how our remote Notarisation Services gives you the exact steps to keep business moving during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Hi there. It’s Matthew Pryke, London, Notary Public. Just a quick message to from or Notaries team, to wish all of our Notary clients to keep well and healthy during this uncertain time. I hope you’re all keeping safe and healthy. We have been keeping busy doing plenty of ...

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Free Quote for notarised and legalised documents within 24 hours

Hi there. It’s Matthew Pryke, Notary Public in London. This is another little video guide I wanted to produce to provide information to allow you to get documents Notarised and Legalised easily and quickly. The question I get asked all the time in the office and that is “Can I get a document notarized and legalised on the same day?” Often when people say Legalisation they need an Apostille issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Look, when we received ...

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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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Chinese Legalisation – A guide to the Chinese Embassy Requirements

If you need to legalise a document for use in China you will need to deal with the Chinese Embassy in London. The Chinese Embassy is very particular about the manner in which Notarised documents can then be legalised. Once the document is notarised it must then be legalised by way of Apostille certificate issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.  The next step is to present this legalised and notarised document to the Chinese Embassy, so additional Consular stamps can ...

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M D Pryke becomes Proud Associate of findmyNotary

findmyNotary Proud Associate LogoToday (15 June 2017) we are delighted to announce M D Pryke Notary Public has become a Proud Associate of findmynotary.co.uk. FindmyNotary is a unique and free independent directory for Notary Publics in the UK and associated services. FindmyNotary is a “one-stop shop” for Notarisation, Legalisation and Translation services and seeks to make Notary services ...

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Formalities in non-UK jurisdictions: notarisation

In civil law jurisdictions, many documents (for example, transfers of land and charges) require notarisation by a notary.

A notary is a lawyer working in private practice who fulfils certain public functions delegated by the state. These public functions differ from country to country. A notary’s chief public function is to authenticate the execution of certain documents or to verify some fact or thing has been done. Notarisation often involves the parties to the ...
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Notarised Passport Copies – is Your Passport Signed?

HM Passport Office has for some years been incorporating electronic images of signatures onto the British Passports that it issues. A decision has now been made to revert to manual hand written signatures in an updated style of passport which our notaries office understand is about to be issued.  On this basis passport holders receiving this new passport will, to ensure the passport is valid, be required to sign in black biro on a new page which our Notary Offices ...

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Notary Public Jargon Buster

Using of a Notary Public can sometimes be confusing, especially as there is can be some jargon involved. We’ve put together a guide for our Notary Public Clients of some common technical words used when notarising the legalising documents.

Affiant – The person signing an Affidavit.

Affidavit – A written statement of evidence which is signed before a person authorised to administer affidavits such as a Notary Public.

Affix – Attaching or impressing the Notary Seal to a document.

Authenticate – Most commonly, authentications are requested ...

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NOTARY PUBLIC LEGALISATION GUIDE

Notary Public Legalisation is a notarial service we provide from our London notaries offices on a daily basis. UK Documents are Legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office by way of Apostille Certificate. To obtain such an Apostille it will be necessary for the document to first be signed and stamped by a Notary, a process often referred to as Notarisation.

When the London Notary Public signs and stamps the document they must:

  • Note the type of ...
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