Notarial Certification

The purpose of notarial certification is to verify or prove the execution of legal documents.

Notarial Certification is to enable particular documents to be accepted abroad by courts, registries and other notaries.

The form of the notarial certificate varies substantially according to the document and the country in which it is to be used, to comply with the specific requirements of that particular country.

At Kobalt law, we have lawyers from an array of foreign jurisdictions, who speak a minimum of two foreign languages are qualified in at least two foreign languages and act as  a bridge to other legal systems, so we aim to ensure that the notarised document and certificate meet the particular requirements of the country where it is to be used. This includes arranging for legalisation of the documents, another level of authentication which is performed by the Foreign Office and/or the consulate or embassy of the relevant country.

The range of documents which may need to be notarially certified include but are not limited to the following:

  • Documents transferring property rights, such as bills of sale, mortgages and assignments;
  • Powers of attorney;
  • Affidavits, oaths and statutory declarations.
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