The Faculty Office seeks input on Notary Public Guidance

The Faculty Office, the regulatory body for each Notary Public in England and Wales, has recently published its guidance on steps to be taken by Notary Publics to embrace the recent review of the legal market undertaken by the CMA. The Faculty Office is now seeking input and answers to the questions posed from Notary Publics and those ...

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London Notary Public attends The Notaries Society Annual Conference 2017 at The Mermaid Theatre in London

The Annual Notaries Society Conference run by The Notaries Society took place on Thursday 28 September at The Mermaid Theatre in London. The Conference was a lively event with a full agenda of matters to cover. Top of the agenda was the recent decision of the Lord Chancellor to refuse the ICAEW the right to become a Regulated Body and ...

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Free Public Notary Guide – How Many UK Notaries are there?

Often Notary clients indicate they have found it time consuming to locate a Notary Public in London who is available at short notice for businesses and individuals.  At M D Pryke Notary we offer appointments at short notice and can travel to clients offices acting as a mobile Notary. However the experience of many is that other notaries practices are not so readily available.  This often leads to the obvious question of “How many Notary Publics are there in the UK?”

UK Notary numbers

The Faculty Office indicates that the ...

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Free Notary Public Guide – Fee Tips

Notary fees are often one of the key factors when selecting a Notaries practice to use.  We have previously produced free Notary guides explaining that whilst people may offer suggest they offer this, there is no such thing as Free Notary Services.  Therefore whilst legtimate Notary services are not free often businesses and members of the public believe, wrongly, that Notary Public fees are fixed. Notary fees are not fixed and can vary materially from one practice to another. The Continue Reading →

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