skip to Main Content
Chris Langridge, Notary Public
Kent — Surrey — Sussex
Kent — Surrey — Sussex

How we can help you

A professional, supportive and quick service to meet your needs

We offer a full range of notary and legalisation services for companies and other businesses.

Our aim is to support and help you and your business using our extensive experience and knowledge in notarial matters.

We understand that it is important for you that we are available, often at short notice, to meet with you and notarise your documents correctly. You may be under pressure yourself to complete a transaction and return documents quickly.

As well as notarising documents we can arrange legalisation when required and can also arrange to have documents delivered by courier for you to wherever in the world they are needed.

Our services are carried out professionally to the highest standards and as quickly as possible.

Our services for businesses

Documents that may require the services of a notary are many and include:

How notarisation works

The process of getting your document notarised

Typical stages of a notarial transaction

Each matter we work on is different and the requirements will vary according to whether you are a private individual or a company. Some of the typical key stages are likely to include:

  • Receiving and reviewing the documents to be notarised together with any instructions you may have received.
  • Liaising with your legal advisors or other bodies to obtain the necessary documentation to deal with the document (e.g. information from Companies House or foreign registries, powers of attorney etc).
  • Checking your identity, capacity and authority to sign the documents.
  • If a document is to be certified, where necessary checking with the issuing authorities that the document/award is genuine. In the case of academic awards, this includes checking with the appropriate academic institutions.
  • Meeting with you to verify your identity and to check that you understand what you are signing and that you are doing so of your own free will and ensuring that the document is executed correctly.
  • Drafting and affixing or endorsing a notarial certificate to the document stating what the notary has done e.g. certifying a copy of an original document.
  • Arranging for the legalisation of the document as appropriate.
  • Arranging for the storage of copies of all notarised documents in accordance with the requirements of the Notarial Practice Rules 2019.