Need notary services fast? If you’re sending UK documents overseas, they may need notarisation first.
An experienced notary can witness signatures and authenticate on a wide range of legal and company documents, certificates and declarations. Whether you’re setting up a business abroad, need to send an attested degree certificate to China, or want to grant a POA to somebody in India, our notary services can help you.
Why use MSC Notaries for notary services?
“I needed to have my degree certificate and ACRO police certificate (ICPC) notarised before sending them on to be legalised by the FCO and then the Chinese Embassy. I was incredibly pleased with the notarisation service that Ms Colwill provided. As many others have said, she was professional, patient, and very efficient. All of the above at a very reasonable price - set and clear from the start. I'm certain that I'll be returning to Ms Colwill if I ever need documents notarised again.”
— Valerie G
Our professional and efficient notary services are some of the cheapest in the area. We’re also highly rated on Google Reviews. Face-to-face appointments are not always necessary and often we can even speak to you from abroad. We offer a streamlined, all-in-one service if you need document translation or further apostille legalisation after notarisation.
Unsure whether you need further apostille and consular legalisation services after document notarisation? Find out more here.
Can anyone give notary services?
A notary is a qualified lawyer, appointed by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Notaries are normally concerned with the authentication of documents and certification of signatures, authority and capacity in relation to documents to be used abroad. If you need to certify degrees or certificates, we can help.
The seal and signature of a Notary on a document indicates to the authorities in the destination country that the relevant checks and formalities have been carried out.
Find out more about the difference between a notary and solicitor and how solicitors can also be notaries.