Notarised Power of Attorney – Free Video Guide

Hi there. It’s Matthew Pryke Notary Public and solicitor based in London. So thanks for all your questions. One of the questions we’ve received is “What is a Power of Attorney and why does it need to be Notarised by a UK Notary Public?” So I think it would be fair to say the one of the most regular documents we’ll get in our Notary offices is a power of attorney and a power of attorney is a document you ...

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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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Becoming a Notary Public – What was I thinking!?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReFEXLwru4M&list=UUqZpJBRtRvuFTcP2h_TlLRQ&index=2

Become a Notary Public, why on earth would you do this? Imagine taking such an odd decision!

* Studying for 2 years at Cambridge University on an expensive course.
* Studying 3 master modules with exams.
* Then further supervision for a further 2 years.
* Then spend hours continuing to train as a Notary to keep up to date with Notary professional development.

So WHY would I choose to do this?

The truth is, people and businesses need ...

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Notary Public Practice plans move to exclusive Park Lane offices

After 5 successful years at Portland Place, London, on Monday 10th October 2011 London Notary Public Practice M D Pryke will open a notary public office at 119-121 Park Lane, W1K 7AG.  The notarial services provided by this London notary will continue to provide a full legalisation and notary service.

The business is moving from its current location ...

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Notary Public London Guide – Money laundering regulations Part 1

Notaries Public have to be aware of the current money laundering regulations and conduct their business accordingly.  Money laundering is something of a hot topic in law circles at the moment so MD Pryke Notary Publichas produced a series of articles designed to provide both Notaries and their clients with a broad understanding of the issues involved.

So, let’s tackle the definition of money laundering.  When the criminal receives the proceeds of crime ...

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Notary Public London clarifies Trademark price structure

Notary Public London, Matthew Pryke is also Head of Commercial and Intellectual Property Law at Wallace LLP.   Matthew featured in an article on Trademarks for the Sunday Times last weekend, and since then our switchboard has been inundated with calls from entrepreneurs and small business owners requiring a price list for Trademark applications.

Notary Public in London, Matthew Pryke, has produced this guide to Trademark application fees.

‘To make ...

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UK Notaries Public – How they differ from US Notaries – Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles highlighting the differences in working practices between US Notary services and those in the United Kingdom.

Article 1 dealt with: The professional status of Notaries Public, the qualifications required to practice as a Notary, and the US concept of a ‘commission‘.

4. Notarial Duty of Care

One of the key distinctions between UK and US notaries public lies with the view of ...

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UK Notaries Public – How they differ from US Notaries – Part 1

As a UK Notary in London, I am often contacted by US citizens requesting a notarial service such as legalising a document, witnessing a document or issuing an apostille.

A UK Notary Public greatly differs from a US Notary however, so at M D Pryke Notary Public we have decided to produce a series of articles illustrating the difference between US and UK Notary services.

1. Notaries Public Status

US Notaries are not regarded ...

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Free Legalisation tips by a UK Notary Public in London

Okay, so you’ve been told that you need to legalise a document.  The chances are that you are doing business abroad and, because the documents relate to a different judicial system, you must have them officially legalised.  This effectively means that you are required to run the documents past an officially approved third party to validate their authenticity such as a UK Notary.

Matthew Pryke is a fully qualified UK Notary Public who provides a complete range of legalisation solutions and ...

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