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Notarisation and apostille are a formality often required for documents which are to be used overseas, or for certifying document copies. A copy of the document is normally notarised, but some documents such as birth certificates are not notarised as the original document must be used. The notarisation is carried out by a UK Solicitor and member of the Law Society. If you have more than one document please call us for a quote, we may be able to arrange a lower price for larger volumes.
Once a document has been notarised by a Notary Public, and if it is to be used overseas, it may need to be apostilled. This means that the Notary’s signature and seal are certified by the U.K. Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office. The FC&DO will then attach an apostille or a Legalisation Certificate to the document. The fee includes the FC&DO fee and document return by Recorded Delivery (UK only). This normally takes around 5-7 working days.
A Premium Service option is also available with same day submission and collection. Please contact us for further details.
The price and processing time differs for each country, please call us for more details.
If your documents need to be certified in another language we can also arrange certified professional translations. Prices depend on language and length of document. Please ask us for a free quote.
All prices include VAT, government fees and postage by recorded delivery (UK only)
for more information or to order call us on 0207 112 5166
A good standing certificate shows that a company has been in continuous, unbroken existence since its incorporation and that no action is currently being taken to strike the company off the register and is therefore in ‘good standing’.
The company’s annual Return and accounts must be filed up to date and; for a private company they must have at least one director who is a natural person*; or for a public company they must have at least two directors, one of which is a natural person*, and a secretary.