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What is a Notary Public?

A Notary Public is a person of integrity appointed by the state government, often the secretary of state, to act as an independent witness in various official fraud-prevention activities related to the signing of important documents. These activities, referred to as notarizations or notarial acts, are performed to authenticate the documents. Notaries are deemed “ministerial” officials, which means they are required to adhere to written rules and regulations without exerting personal judgement or discretion, as is typically expected of a “judicial” official.

What does a Notary do?

A Notary plays a crucial role in verifying the identity and willingness of individuals signing important documents. They ensure that signers are aware of the document’s content and may even administer oaths in certain cases, where signers declare the truthfulness and accuracy of the information. Property deeds, wills, and powers of attorney are examples of documents commonly requiring a Notary’s involvement. The Notary’s impartiality is vital to maintaining public trust, as they must avoid any conflicts of interest. Rest assured, a Notary cannot refuse service based on race, nationality, religion, politics, sexual orientation, or non-customer status. As official representatives of the state, Notaries Public certify the proper execution of various life-changing documents, safeguarding the integrity of transactions like real estate transfers, granting powers of attorney, establishing prenuptial agreements, and more. Their contributions enable the smooth functioning of our civil society.

List of Notary Services

  • Taking Affidavits, Declarations & Depositions.
  • Certification of documents.
  • Verification of Company documents and ASIC database details.
  • Verification of identity and/or signature.
  • Witness execution of local and international documents such as Sale and Purchase Agreements, Transfers of land, Assignments of Intellectual Property, Powers of Attorney, Authorities, Deeds, Security Documentation, Mortgages, Company Resolutions, Minutes and Reports.
  • Obtaining an Authentication or an Apostille from Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
  • Arranging for legalisation of documents from appropriate relevant Embassy or Consulate.
  • Administer oaths for the giving of evidence.
  • Prepare Notarial Certificates of Law & Good Standing.
  • Noting and Protesting Bills of Exchange.
  • Preparation of Ship Protests.
  • More…

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