A notary public is a government official with legal authority to view records, administer oaths, and perform various national and international administrative responsibilities. The stamps and signatures of all designated notaries public are officially recorded in a database maintained by the Department of Foreign Relations and Commerce (DFAT). iVACS provides public notary work within Australia.

Certificates of Authenticity confirm that the signatures, seals or notary public stamps in Australian public records are authentic and are issued by DFAT, the Australian Government Department. In addition, all Sydney notaries public have registered their signature, seal or seal with the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the Society of Notaries of New South Wales. In Australia, the notary public is also known as a notary public or notary public. They are senior attorneys, practice in the legal specialties of their choice, and are trained in notarial practice.

Notaries public can testify and certify documents to be legally recognized in legal and other countries, as well as administer oaths and statutory declarations and help in authenticating the identity of the person.

What is the role of a Public Notary?

The following are the statutory powers of a public notary:
  • Attest documents and certify their due execution for use in Australia and internationally
  • Prepare and certify powers of attorney, wills, deeds, contracts, and other legal documents for use in Australia and internationally
  • Administer oaths for Australian and international documents
  • Witness signatures on affidavits, statutory declarations, and other legal documents for use in Australia and internationally
  • Exemplify official records for use universally
  • Note and dissent bills of trade
  • Certifying duplicates and execution of lawful and business records
  • Witnessing affirmations, legal announcements, and different reports
  • Administering vows
A public legal official completes the above exercises, with the expansion of helping with:
  • Documents for individual use, like international IDs, scholarly records/testamurs, and citizenship authentications
  • Overseas Police Checks
  • Contracts that identify with the offer of unfamiliar property or organizations, or deals with an abroad seller/buyer
  • Wills and probate records including abroad bequests and recipients
  • Documents for worldwide brand name or copyright, patent applications, and encroachments
  • Overseas exchange documentation, for example, a Letter of Credit (LC)
  • Company constitutions and going with documentation
  • Instruments influencing the exchange of land
  • Paperwork for the assent of a minor to travel abroad without their parents.
Fundamentally, everybody confides in the genuineness of authoritative reports. When buying a home or setting up a force of lawyer, lucidity, and assurance are not things you can sort out later. A notary public is a public authority named by a state government to assist with discouraging extortion. Officers are witnesses to the marking of important reports and confirm the nature of the signatories, their ability to sign reports and their focus on the content of documents. Institutions rely on legal entities, so they can have full confidence in important documents. After seeing the marks, the officer legally applies his own subtleties, such as the subtleties of the mark, stamp and accounting board. When you see an official stamp on the record, it means that the auditor has verified that the exchange was correct and executed properly. An officially approved record is as old as taking an oath to tell the truth in a courtroom – you are claiming that the facts in the record are valid. Our public notary, Kelvin Low B Ec. LLB, is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law. Kelvin can also assist you in the following areas: Divorce, Property Disputes, Child Custody, Child Support, Child Contact, and Parentage Disputes Kelvin Low is a highly experienced litigation lawyer who heads the litigation section of Low Doherty & Stratford since 1980.  Kelvin is one of the first suburban solicitors to be accredited as a specialist in Family Law in 1993. At iVacs Australia, we will take care of everything you need to get your job done. Please contact us for your Public Notary requirement for various Indian consulate application such as OCI, Indian driver licence verification statutory declaration, damaged passport, lost passport or any other declaration which requires applicant signatures to be witnessed by Public Notary Australia. Please contact iVacs Australia for any Indian Consulate related Public Notary work.