Notary Public Belfast, Bangor, Northern Ireland
Notary Public Services Northern Ireland and international
When you need Notary Public services in Northern Ireland NI to legalise and authenticate your documents and transactions, contact Simon Murray, Notary Public on 02891270000 or request a call-back online.
From time to time you may require the services of a Notary Public.
This is particularly relevant if they have purchased properties abroad.
Foreign and Commonwealth countries will not accept documentation being witnessed by a local solicitor. They require the documents to be witnessed in the presence of a Notary Public.
Simon Murray was appointed a Notary Public on 11th March, 2008 by the then Lord Chief Justice for Northern Ireland, the Right Honourable Sir Brian Kerr. Simon is qualified to notarise all foreign documentation as is required of a Notary Public in Northern Ireland, and is also registered with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Notaries of London to be able to obtain, if required, Apostilles ( a verification document sometimes required which confirms identity) .
As there are relatively few Notaries Public in Northern Ireland, Murray Kelly Moore are pleased to be able to offer this service.
If you require Notary services you will need to produce certain evidence of your identity.
These documents will be the same as those you would produce if you were opening a bank account etc., and we are required to keep copies of these and your notarised documents for Money Laundering purposes.
Even if you are personally known to Mr Murray you will need to produce verification of your identity – a passport or driving licence, with a photograph – and address confirmation in the form of a recent – no older than six months – utility bill, voting card or Smart Pass.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A notary public (or public notary) is a municipal officer set up by the courts to serve the public in non-contentious matters. This could include matters to do with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business.
A notary's main functions are to administer and witness legal documents such as oaths and statutory declarations and to take affidavits and authenticate the execution of certain classes of documents. They may also take acknowledgements of deeds and other conveyances, and to certify duplicates of documents as true copies of the Originals and to verify signatures.
The signature and of a Notary Public makes your documents official and legal in most countries in the world.
The signature and official seal of a Notary is the evidence to the authenticity of writings, which make documents recognised internationally.
You will need a Notary if:
you need authorisation of documents and information that will be used in foreign countries,
you need legalisation of certain documents,
you need a translation of documents for use abroad, you want to buy a property abroad,
you have business overseas or your business is exporting its products or you are involved in litigation in foreign Courts.
All countries require documents to be notarised.
For most of the documents going to other countries, an Apostille has to be obtained from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
Certain countries also require a legalisation from the Consulate.
Any Questions? Just ask me on the form below. I will get back to you asap- Simon