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Sending documents to us from the UK or abroad

Step 1

  1. Contact us – you can email info@notary.co.uk, call 020 7630 1777 or chat with us online

  2. Send us an email telling us what you require. It is helpful if you also attach a scan of the document you need us to notarise. We will review your instructions and get back to you with a quote.

  3. If you’re happy to proceed, you should send the document via secure courier together with our instruction sheet. The address to send the document to is:

    Notary.co.uk,
    6 Lower Grosvenor Place,
    London, SW1W 0EN
    United Kingdom
    Tel: +442076301777

Step 2

  1. When we receive your document, we will send you an email to acknowledge receipt.

  2. We will email over our invoice which can be paid online, by bank transfer or calling us on +44(0)206301777. We will commence work once payment has been received.

  3. If we are certifying documents, we may make copies of the original documents and check with the issuing authorities that the document is genuine wherever appropriate.

  4. We will draft and affix or endorse a notarial certificate to the document.

  5. If you also require an apostille or embassy legalisation, we will personally submit your document for processing and collect it when ready.

Step 3

  1. Once complete, we will email a scan of the document for your records. We will then return the documents to you via secure courier or post, or you can collect from us. If returning the documents via secure courier, we will email over a DHL tracking document to you.

  2. We arrange for the electronic storage of all documents we notarise in accordance with the Notarial Practice Rules 2019. The electronic copy will be kept alongside an entry in our formal register which is kept by us as a permanent record. We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office and all personal data is held securely and not capable of being accessed externally. Data collected as part of notarial records is used solely for the purposes of meeting our professional legal responsibilities as Notaries Public. For full details, please visit our Data Protection & Privacy Policy.