Notary Public Dublin City Centre
David Walley + Co offer a comprehensive service including notarising documentation, arranging for the Apostille to be affixed and where required, the consularisation of documents. We have extensive experience dealing with foreign embassies and we can advise on the required protocols of all countries.
From our Dublin offices we provide notary services for many of the Corporate Solicitors, Corporate Banks, Fund Management Companies in the International Financial Services Centre and private clients.
We offer a short notice call out service and endeavour to turn documents around as quickly as possible noting the needs of our clients for speed and efficiency.
The main benefit of notarisation is to give a document international recognition. You are likely to need a Public Notary for:
- Foreign Property transactions such as granting a Power of Attorney, executing a deed or completing transfer documents;
- Certifying and Authenticating documents (e.g. educational, professional and vocational qualifications, company documents, police certificates);
- Swearing Affidavits;
- Making Declarations and Affirmations;
- Certificates of identity;
- Arranging to Apostille documents with the Department of Foreign Affairs.
What do I need to bring to have documents notarised?
You need to bring the original document or documents you want notarised. You will need to provide evidence of your identity to the Notary Public. Notarising a document requires the same anti-terrorism and anti-money laundering procedures as apply on opening a new bank account. You will need date/place of birth,PPS number, Address, telephone numbers and email address; Original current valid passport or driving licence which will be copied and returned to you. If neither is available, documentation issued by a government department containing the individual’s details or a written statement from a person in a position of responsibility (e.g. doctor, minister of religion, teacher, accountant, social worker) may suffice. An original recent utility bill, bank or Building Society statement, Revenue Commissioners notice, Social Welfare document, house/motor insurance certificate etc which will be copied and returned. If the document(s) is to be notarised for a company, the above information will be required for all the directors or shadow directors of the company. The full name of the company and registration number will also be required.