The work of a notary.

The basic function of the Notary is to verify the identity, the authority, the capacity and the will of the person appearing before him or to authenticate documents for use abroad.  

​A Notary's signature and Seal is accepted and recognised as valid throughout the world.

Notaries provide a service for commercial firms engaged in international trade, and for private individuals.

For a list of the common tasks needed to be performed by a notary, visit services.

Notary Public services

for businesses and individuals.

For 30+ years.

"Very prompt and professional service."

Kim Egmore - Commercial Manager »

"It has been a great reassurance to the Board over many years to know that we can rely on the constancy of David's professional services."​

Charles Sitch - Managing Director »


Government Guidance released 11 May 2020 relating to the "return to work" has opened up the possibility that some documents can now be signed in person. This will need to be considered on a case by case basis and, in particular, the urgency of the matter, how many signatories to the document and whether independent witnesses are required in addition to the Notary. We will need to consider the health vulnerabilities of the person signing too. 

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Regulated through the Faculty Office of the
Archbishop of Canterbury

Notary Public in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire

"David has for many years provided our multi-national business with an authoritative, efficient and reliable service at a consistently reasonable cost."

John Barrett - Company Secretary»