A notary public is an officer of the law, responsible for certifying and attesting
documents intended for use anywhere in the world.
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A Notary Public (also known as a Notary or Public Notary) is an individual who is authorised to certify document within an overseas jurisdiction. Some transactions or contracts require documentation to be notarised by a Notary Public when the document will be used in another country.
A notary is different to a Justice of the Peace (JP) in the respect that a JP is only recognised within Australia. Notary Public is an international Justice of the Peace.
Witnessing affidavits, statutory declarations, powers of attorney, contracts, international Wills and other documents for use in Australia and internationally.
Certification of copy documents
Certification of original documents & copy documents for use in Australia and internationally.
Powers of Attorney
Preparation and certification of powers of attorney, wills, deeds, contracts and other legal documents for use internationally.
Preparation of Life Certificates – identification of a person and a statement that they are alive.
Preparation of ships’ protests; Noting and protesting of bills of exchange.
Certification of University testamurs and other educational documents.
Administering of Oaths
Administering of oaths for use in Australia and internationally.
Exemplification of official documents for use internationally.