A notary is a qualified lawyer who mainly deals with the authentication and certification of signatures and documents for use abroad.
Unlike solicitors, whose responsibility is to their client, a notary’s responsibility is to ensure that what he does may be relied upon by anyone who may receive the notarised document, in any part of the world.
What does a notary do?
A notary cannot represent you in court but they can do any form of legal work such as family and private client work including wills, probate and the administration of estates. The majority of notaries also practise as solicitors.
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