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NOTARY, STAMP AND ATTESTATION

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NOTARY, STAMP AND ATTESTATION

NOTARY, STAMP AND ATTESTATION

A notary is a public office constituted by law to serve the public and non-contentious matters usually concerned with state’s deeds, powers of attorney and international business. The main function of notary is to administer affirmations and to take affidavits and statutory declarations, witness and authenticate the execution of certain documents.

A notary stamp records vital details and the authenticity of a document as protection against fraud. It acts as a validation for the fact that the identities of the people signing the document has been verified.

A notary attestation is a process wherein the notary provides a stamp and signature on the document to prove its credibility. The documents are attested by authorised personnel who are available at the notary public offices.

FAQ

It isn’t a lengthy process and requires about 1-3 days depending upon the number of documents that are to be attested and the purpose of it.

Yes, the documents can be notarized online by connecting with a commissioned eNotary public by live video.

A duly-filled form application form, original and photocopy of the legal documents, applicant’s passport etc. can be notarized.

Documents can be notarized by notary public, embassy official, consulate or high commission officer, commissioner of oaths or equivalent.