Sukhpal and his notarial team provide the following notarial, document drafting, legalisation and translation services:
Notarisation is the assurance by a duly appointed and impartial Notary Public that a document is authentic, that any signature placed on the document is genuine, and that its signer acted without duress or intimidation, and intended the terms of the document to have full force and effect.
We can help with all company or personal documents that need to be notarised, including the following:
- Powers of Attorney
- Statutory Declarations
- Copy Passports
- Copy Documents
- Written Statements
- Application Forms
- Education certificates
- Mortgage Documents
- Property Purchases
- Company documents
- Certificates of Incorporation
- Memorandum and Articles of Association
- Trademark Assignments
- Bills of Sale
- Maritime Bills of Sale
- Ship Mortgages
Drafting and reviewing documents
As well as notarising and certifying existing documents, we can prepare documents for you from scratch, including powers of attorney, company resolutions and statutory declarations. Alternatively, we can review documents which have been prepared and advise if any changes may be required.
Legalisation / Apostille
Legalisation is the process of authenticating or certifying a document so that a foreign country's legal system will recognize it as having full legal effect.
In many cases, your documents may not only require to be notarised but also legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (by way of apostille) and/or by the embassy of the country where the documents will be used.
If your documents need to be legalised or apostilled we will be able to liaise with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office or the appropriate embassy or consulate on your behalf.
We appreciate that our clients often require this work to be done in a hurry or do not have the time to deal with the legalisation process. We can therefore handle all of these steps for you and can also expedite the process where required.
Translation of documents
Our notarial services are normally required by those involved in transactions or dealings overseas. This means that some of the documents you need to have notarised might also need to be translated into the relevant language. You may also have documents that do not require notarisation but nonetheless still require translation.
We offer a translation service using qualified translators for the translation of any existing documents you have in order to make them acceptable for any overseas jurisdictions where they may be required. If required, we can also notarise the accuracy of documents translated by qualified translators.