Paul Murran has been appointed a Notary Public by Ireland’s Chief of Justice. A Notary Public is a public officer who serves the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with foreign or international business.
Among the notary services that Paul can carry out are the following;
- Authenticating documents;
- Witnessing and proving signatures to documents;
- Administering oaths;
- Taking Affidavits (other than for Courts in Ireland); and
- Drawing up of Powers of Authority and other legal documents customarily prepared by Notaries Public.
The services of a Notary Public are generally required in relation to foreign adoption papers, Affidavits used for foreign Courts, copies of State documents for use abroad, International contracts and Powers of Attorney.
There is no set fee for Notarial services. The Notary will charge an appropriate professional fee that reflects the cost of the Notary’s services in terms of time, skill and responsibility, similar to other professional service providers.
The Notary will require sight of at least two of the following forms of identity:
- Current Passport
- Current Driving Licence
- Original Utility Bill (less than 3 months old)