Aug 102009
 

Does anyone happen to know, or be, a notary public in London – who for preference is willing to notarise something very simple within the next two days?

Suggestions much appreciated.

  10 Responses to “A favour”

  1. I’m pretty sure that in the English system all solicitors are by definition notary publics (err, notaries public?)

    Pretty sure that is, not certain, but randomly choosing a high street firm from the phone book and calling would let you find out.

  2. Hi,
    This could be useful to you:
    http://www.mynotary.co.uk/

    Cheers.
    (Great website, by the way)

  3. via the Kitchen sink – er, blog:
    For those who are interested, young Bella Gerens and I got married this morning, with a very simple ceremony in Larnaka (where we are staying).

  4. Congratulations to Bella & John!
    (All it took was my offer of a hand for JA to step up, eh?)
    I hope this promises the continuation of your wonderful and insightful blogs.

  5. Many congratulations! I wish you both every happiness.

  6. Many congratulations, Mrs Kitchen!

    (Tim: all solicitors and barristers in the UK are commissioners for oaths, which in some circumstances will do for formalising a document, but not all solicitors are notaries.)

  7. I hope it means you can stay here now?

    Thank God for that. Congrat by the way, I hope he’ll make you very happy – sooner you than us! DD

  8. EP: “Bella & John”

    *wheeze*

    Yes. Congratulations Debbie & Paul!
    …Congratulations Sonny & Cher!
    …Congratulations Itchy & Scratchy!

  9. All notaries in the UK are listed here. Katy’s observation (17 August 12:05) correcting Tim is right on the button.

    Congrats BTW

  10. Thank you everybody for all of the congratulations! And the notary suggestions – I ended up having to go to the embassy to get it done, but now I have the info for the future.

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