London Notary Public Matthew Pryke – Where to find our Notaries Office

London Notary Public Offices Roxburghe-House

Where are our Notaries Offices in London?

We benefit from being in very close proximity to Oxford Circus Tube Station and set out below is a map of how to locate our London Notary office.

Our office are conveniently located within the commercial law firm offices of Hamlins LLP. When attending our Notaries offices please press ...

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Notary Public Appointment Checklist

To assist our London Notary Public clients below is a brief checklist of things to remember when attending our Notary Public Office in London.

Notary Public Appointment Checklist

What do you need to bring?

Please remember to bring with you the following original documents:

  • ID Documents
  1. your passport; and
  2. a utility bill or bank statement which is less than 3 months old and confirms your residential address
  • Documents to sign
  • Cash or cheque to pay the Notary Public invoice. We do not accept payment of Notary ...
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London Notary Public Moves Offices to Iconic Regent Street Address

Our new office is open for business on Regent Street. After successfully operating from Notary offices in Portland Place and more recently on Park Lane from 3 December 2012 London Notary Public practice, MD Pryke, will open a notary public office at 273-287 Regent Street. The services provided by this London notary will be unaffected and include a full and complete notarisation and legalisation service.

The business has opened in this location in line with requests from its notary clients to ...

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Notary Public London: Free Deed Poll Download

Free deed poll name change is a term commonly typed into Internet search engines. Sadly however, many sites that profess to offer a free Deed Poll download subsequently charge for the service once you examine the small print on their websites.

At MD Pryke Notary Public LLP members of the public often contact us to enquire whether our free deed poll service is genuinely available at no charge and whether they have to be ...

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Notary Public London guides – Power of Attorney Part 1

Notary Public London guides to various aspects of the legal process, have received a great deal of positive feedback from clients and fellow Notaries Public alike, over the last few months.  Today we will address various aspects of the term ‘Power of Attorney’.  As ever, this series will apply primarily to the Law of England and Wales.  A Notary Public in London, for example, may offer different advice to a Notary Public in Scotland ...

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Notary Public London is recommended in Legal 500

When London Notary Matthew Pryke was quoted in a Sunday Times article on Intellectual Property for entrepreneurs, many clients of MD Pryke Notary Public were surprised to learn that Matthew’s legal expertise stretched further than Notary matters.

As well as being a fully qualified Notary Public in London, Matthew is also Head of Commercial and IP Law at Wallace LLP.  A position that has brought him to the attention of the London public ...

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Notarial procedure in Scotland

As a London Notary Public we are often approached by residents of Scotland who are surprised that in England not all Solicitors are qualified notaries.  This is due to discrepancies between English and Scottish law.

A Notary Public in London, for example, must first sit an exam to qualify as a Notary, whereas in Scotland all Solicitors were automatically deemed to be a Notary Public, prior to 2007.  Since then, however, a Notary in Scotland must hold a current practising certificate issued ...

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Apostilles – A brief guide part 2

This is the second article in a series that details the Apostille process.

Article 1 dealt with: The need for an Apostille Certificate, What a typical Apostille Certificate looks like, which countries accept them and the information they include.

Are all Apostille certificates the same?

No.  Although Apostille certificates were introduced by the Hague Convention of January 1965 to provide a standardised set of rules governing legalisation between member states, there are certain exceptions.

As of July 2010 the Legalisation ...

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Notary Public in London unveils new office refurbishments

Notary Public Matthew Pryke, today unveils his newly refurbished offices at One Portland Place in London’s West End.

‘A Notary Public service based in the City of London attracts some very high profile business names,’ says Matthew.

‘With clients as diverse as Toni and Guy International, A1GP World Cup of Motorsport, and The Children’s Investment Fund, it is vital that our Notary Public premises in London reflect the high quality notarial service we provide.

‘We have extensively ...

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Notary in London advises of temporary closure of legalisation offices

Notary Public, Matthew Pryke today offers advice for clients who may be affected by brief closures to the legalisation offices in London

‘A Notary must keep his clients informed of barrier to the swift legalisation of their documents’, says Matthew Pryke Notary Public LLP.

‘As a Notary in London, it has been brought to my attention that the Legalisation Office in Central London will cease the legalisation of documents at 3pm on Wednesday 10 February.  A Notary wishing to ...

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