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How to notarise a document: Notary public UK services

How to notarise a document: Notary public UK services

Like with many things in life until you need something, quite often you don’t know anything about it, where to look for it, what is does or how much it costs.

Several people we spoke too, who until they decided to get married abroad didn’t know what notaries did. So to help, we thought we would pencil down a few things to get people on their way.

What do they do:

A Notary is a person authorized to perform certain legal formalities, especially to draw up or certify contracts, deeds, and other documents for use in other jurisdictions. Also see: http://tlcuk.biz/support/frequently-asked-questions/faq-about-legalisation

Where to find one:

Whether you are looking for a notary public in Bristol or a notary public in London, you can always use TLC UK’s Notary register: http://tlcuk.biz/support/general-interest/uk-notaries

What is an apostille?

In short it’s an official certificate issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, authenticating a signature. Here’s a bit more: http://tlcuk.biz/support/frequently-asked-questions/faq-about-documents

How much does it cost?

You’ll have to speak directly with the Notary and prices will vary. If you are getting married abroad or looking to have business documents prepared for doing business abroad and notarisation is required, our prices will be bundled to include this service.

The whole process just follows a stepped plan to ensure your documents are country compliant.

Darren Elliott

International business: doing business in Spain

International business: doing business in Spain

Dipping your toe or a seasoned pro? When it comes to business opportunities in Spain, (either starting a business or buying one), if you’re a pro this stuff isn’t for you, if you’re dipping your toe, here’s something to get you started.

How much? Well that depends which bit of the equation you’re looking at. The guys at the Spanish Chamber of Commerce GB can advise and have some cool free stuff www.spanishchamber.co.uk and are very helpful.

Professional & legal advice. You do need it, period. We’ve worked with these guys and they are good and their fees aren’t as expensive as others in their field www.asec.es, Juan is the guy you want to speak with. They can also help you with Spanish business culture, if you need pointers there.

There’s a free down load brochure on our main web site...
http://tlcuk.biz/services/doing-business-abroad/doing-business-in-spain just to give you a feel for things. There’s also some other contact numbers and addresses which can help you on your journey.

Probably never a better time to invest in Spain and seek out new opportunities for your business.

Darren Elliott


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