It is not uncommon that you may be asked to provide documents that have been certified, notarised, or legalised, or all of the above. But what do these terms mean?
This article will explain the difference between these of terms and provide some useful information as to what types of documents can be certified, notarised and legalised, and why you might need this to be done.
At McGill & Co all of our qualified solicitors have also been sworn in as Notary Publics. If you would like assistance or advice on getting your document certified, having your signature on a document notarised by a Notary Public, or require to legalise a document to be used overseas, then please contact us for further information about our services.
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