Notarisation of Documents
- Notarisation [by public/authentic or private notarial act] of any Document by a Notary Public where the document is required to be sent overseas.
Non-exhaustive examples of notarial acts:
True Certification of Copy Documents
- such as Passports, Educational Qualifications and Birth, Death and Marriage certificates.
Notarisation of Company and Trade Mark documents
- Various Corporate and trade mark certificates can be provided by a Notary Public.
Affidavits and Declarations
- For overseas Court Cases, Estate matters, Wills and Probate and litigation in overseas countries anywhere in the world.
Official Government Documents
- Notarisation of any document for an overseas government department or institution.
The types of documents requiring a notary are:
- Foreign language and translation documents
- Powers of Attorney, Proxies and Authorities
- Administrative documents
- Conveyancing, Real property, Personal property, Lease and Mortgage instruments
- Certificates as to Australian law
- Certificates as to foreign law
- Ship’s protests
- Bills of exchange
- Trust documents
Apostille and Legalisation from DFAT
- A Notary Public can advise you about the requirement for an Apostille or Legalisation for a document and how to obtain this from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade [DFAT].
Embassies and Consulates
- A Notary Public can assist where acts require Embassy or Consular legalisation or certification.
Consent to Travel Documents
- Drafting and Notarisation of Consent to Travel Document (for when a child is travelling without one or both parents).