Document Notarisation

Many documents that need to be signed and sent overseas, require the signature to be witnessed by a Notary Public, sometime after administering an oath, such as: Affidavits. Statutory declarations. Transfers of Land. Loan Mortgage documents. Probate documents. A Notary...

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What is a Notary?

Michael Paterson was appointed as a General Public Notary by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on 17 April 2000 under the provisions of the Public Notary Act 1979. What Exactly is a Notary Public? In Western Australia, a...

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Fees

There is a generous scale of fees for Notaries but we usually charge about 10% less than the scale for the first document and 50% less or more for subsequent documents depending on how complicated and time-consuming it is to...

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Apostilles

An Apostille is another certificate which verifies the Notary Public who witnesses a document, or certified a copy, to be a true copy. Certain countries require an Apostille or Authentication to authenticate the Notarial Seal. This is another certificate which...

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