which docs to notarize

Old Jan 25th 2005, 8:53 am
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Hi folks Just a quickie , we are ready to get the documents notarized, however i am confused as to which ones need doing ,

IS IT ?

all Qualifications , Employer references , PAYE tax P60 slips , ( proof of income ) House Valuation as we have put ours on the market and will be using money made from sale ,as proof of funds.

in other words , which is necessary .as the notary is supposedly charging £ 5 per document .

cheers Folks

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Old Jan 25th 2005, 11:31 am
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Default Re: which docs to notarize

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Hi folks Just a quickie , we are ready to get the documents notarized, however i am confused as to which ones need doing ,

IS IT ?

all Qualifications , Employer references , PAYE tax P60 slips , ( proof of income ) House Valuation as we have put ours on the market and will be using money made from sale ,as proof of funds.

in other words , which is necessary .as the notary is supposedly charging £ 5 per document .

cheers Folks

Dave
All important documents have to be notarised. Include birth certs and relevant pages of passports, of all family members and employment contracts or appointment letters. Perhaps a bank officer can certify these documents - check the archives. I am in SE Asia, and we used a commissioner of oaths.
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Shop around. I did. Got everything done for 80 quid - the notary took about an hour to do it. I stayed there and helped him. Couldn't believe how easy it was, having read the horror stories on the forum.Look in the yellow pages.There are 4 notaries where I live (Nottingham), not to be confused with solicitors. I know there are a lot of people out there who went to their solicitors, but I decided not to leave anything to chance. My guy was great and gave me some really useful advice.If anyone wants his name, give me a call.
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