Keypoint Law offers a range of notary services in NSW for companies and individuals.
In NSW, a Notary Public is a practising solicitor who must have at least 5 years’ experience, and who is appointed by the NSW Supreme Court. A Notary Public is given statutory powers to witness documents, administer oaths, and perform other administrative functions of a national and international nature.
A Notary’s seal and signature are recorded in a database held by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (a Commonwealth Government department). That department is empowered to issue Apostille or Authentication Certificates which authenticate the signatures, seals or stamps of Australian Notaries Public.
Our services in this area include:
- Attesting documents and certifying their due execution for use in Australia and overseas;
- Preparing and certifying powers of attorney, wills, deeds, contracts and other legal documents, for use in Australia and overseas;
- Administering oaths for Australian and international documents;
- Witnessing signatures to affidavits, statutory declarations, powers of attorney, contracts, and other documents, for use in Australia and overseas;
- Verifying documents for use in Australia and overseas; and
- Certifying copy documents for use in Australia and overseas.