Notary Public Services

Are you looking for notary public services in or around Pretoria? Perhaps you need your academic documents verified to work abroad? You may require documents to be able to travel abroad with a child? We offer a variety of notarial signing services to suit your needs. We  offer notarial, legalisation and translation services for businesses all over Johannesburg, Pretoria and the surrounding areas. You can sign your documents in front of our in-house notary who’s highly experienced in handling important documents for clients who need to smoothly conduct legal matters abroad.

We can assist you with carrying out a wide range of personal matters abroad, including:

  • Certifying copies of identity documents e.g. passports & driving licences
  • Certifying professional qualifications
  • Authorising powers of attorney for use abroad
  • Authenticating a person’s freedom to marry
  • Authorising documents for overseas court proceedings
  • Certifying translated documents

Notarisation:

  • This is the term used to describe how a Notary Public witnesses and certifies the execution of the document or confirms a legal principle or fact. Often notarisation requires the Notary Public to draft a specific and suitable notarial certificate.The Notarisation certificate confirms the authenticity of signed documents, ensuring that they are fully compliant with the requirements in the relevant jurisdiction

Apostille Legalisation:

  • South Africa joined the Hague Apostille Convention on April 30, 1995. (Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents). This means  no diplomatic authentication or legalization of documents from South Africa is required for the legal communication with another member state of the convention. The documents only need to be affixed with an “apostille” by the issuing state’s authorities in order to be valid in the state of destination. The apostille is a stamp of rectangular shape. It should be filled in in the official language of the issuing authority. The heading “Apostille (Convention de la Haye du 5 octobre 1961)” written in French is a necessary requirement for the apostille’s validity

Whether you need a power of attorney, a certificate of no impediment or an apostille and legalisation, we can do it all. Our team’s multi-lingual and multicultural understanding means we are best placed to help you with your notarisation needs. With many years of experience and expertise in the field, we can offer a comprehensive range of notarial services to both businesses and individuals throughout Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape town

Fees may vary depending on both the type and the quantity of documents that require notarisation.

For a consultation and a quote, or to enquire about a type of document not listed above, get in touch with us by email at Info@apostillelegalisation.co.za, or give us a call on 012 348 3134.

 

 

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