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Notary Public London Notarisation Office and Apostille service
Central London's
Notary Public
6 Lower Grosvenor Place

Phone 020 7630 1777
Phone 0844 884 8791
Phone 0752 563 3237


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Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm Out of Hours & Weekend

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We provide a fast, efficient, flexible and friendly notarisation and legalisation service. Located in the Belgravia area of London’s City of Westminster, we are near the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and most embassies. This means we can turn documents around VERY fast if required to do so.


And we are experts in dealing with the more complex legalisation processes; for example documents for China and UAE. We regularly notarise documents for the many international companies near and not so near to us in central London. We assist private individuals as well as, for example: doctors going to work in Australia, families moving to Bulgaria, company directors on flying visits in and out of the UK more...


Contact us to make an appointment, available at our offices in London, close to Victoria station, or at your home or office.


If you sign a legal document for use in another country, it usually has to be notarised. Notarisation is a very serious process. It is not a rubber-stamping formality. Parties and officials in other countries rely on a notary’s confirmation that documents are genuine and have been signed by the right people.


The process of legalisation usually takes between 
3 to 5 days

Same day legalisation

Express service available




Document Legalisation and Apostille


Some legal documents to be effective outside the United Kingdom, they must be legalised. Legalisation is the official confirmation from the Foreign Office that the signature, seal and stamp of the notary is that of a genuine, practising UK notary public. Apostille involves the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO): they verify the notary’s signature and attach an ‘Apostille’ to your document or to the Notarial Cover Sheet prepared by the notary.


Some countries require a further verification process from their embassies or consulates.


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