A Notary is a qualified lawyer – a member of the third and oldest branch of the legal profession in the United Kingdom. They are appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury and is subject to regulation by the Court of Faculties.

What does the Notary do?

A Notary will deal with a number of different documents and requirements. The most common activities comprise:

  • Preparing and witnessing powers of attorney for use overseas
  • Dealing with purchase or sale of land and property abroad
  • Providing documents to deal with the administration of the estate of people who are abroad, or owning property abroad
  • Authenticating personal documents and information for immigration or emigration purposes, or to apply to marry or to work abroad
  • Authenticating company and business documents and transactions

What else can Notaries do?

Most notaries act in that capacity to provide the sort of services already described, but they can also provide authentication and a secure record for almost any sort of transaction, document or event.

Also as a member of the oldest legal profession in England and Wales, a Notary can do any form of legal work for you except for taking cases to court.

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A Notary Public is an Officer of the Law and member of the third and longest established arm of the legal profession. I am appointed by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury and subject to Regulation of the Master of Faculties.

I prepare and authentic legal documentation, which is normally used overseas or at various embassies and consulates. I authentic and sign a vast variety of documents for individuals, charities as well as various company/partnerships from sole traders through to Plc’s.

Notaries are vital to the smooth working of international trade and as part of my practice I meet a vast array of different nationalities. My Notarial work is separate to that of my Solicitors practice.

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Gurjit Sanghera is available by appointment and this can be arranged by telephone or by email using the contact form.

It is is important to ensure you have all the required documents ready prior to any appointments, should you require any special requirements please call in advanced.

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