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Services

Documents we notarise include:

At Ramsay & Co we notarise a range of documents:

  • Powers of Attorney
  • Permission for children to travel abroad
  • Property Transfer Documents as well as Contracts, Declarations of Solvency
  • Oaths and Affidavits
  • Immigration or sponsorship forms
  • Certified copies of passports and translations
  • Cross border private agreements
  • Educational Qualifications

As we are not far from the University of Glasgow, we notarise a lot of documents for students such as degrees, certificates, passports, GMC documents, transcripts, SQA, diplomas, awards, Association of British language Schools etc.

  • Irish Citizenship

We regularly notarise documents for people claiming Irish Citizenship. You may be eligible to do this if a grandparent was born on the Island of Ireland see main website for more information. We can provide a legalisation service and can arrange translation if necessary.

  • Notary Services for Hong Kong Residents relocating to Scotland

Notaries Public play an important legal role in Scottish life where the legal validity of a document requires the swearing of an oath or certification as a true copy. Only solicitors in possession of a practicing certificate can act as Notaries in Scotland

I specialise in:

We, at Ramsay & Co, offer a full range of competitively priced Notary services.

Estimated fees are given over the phone or by email – the minimum fee to notarise one document is £48.

Notary, Mike Ramsay, is often available at short notice, and able to offer Saturday morning appointments.  NotaryGlasgow can travel to you – please contact us.

Documents we notarise include:

Powers of Attorney * Corporate records * Contracts and different types of Declarations * International Affidavits * Sworn Statements * Depositions * Fingerprinting confirmation * Lost Passports & Birth Certificates * Change of Name * Academic Certificates and Professional qualifications * Marriage Certificates & Confirmation of Single Status * Certified Copy Documents * Statutory Declarations * Authentication of identity and signatures * travel documentation including children travelling without both parents * sponsoring relatives from abroad *

NotaryGlasgow specialises in:

Power of Attorney:

A power of attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another’s behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorising the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power), and the one authorised to act is the agent or done.

Educational Qualifications

As we are not far from the University of Glasgow, we notarise a lot of documents for students such as degrees, certificates, passports, GMC documents, transcripts, SQA, diplomas, awards, Association of British language Schools etc.

Irish Citizenship

We regularly notarise documents for people claiming Irish Citizenship. You may be eligible to do this if a grandparent was born on the Island of Ireland see main website for more information.

Hong Kong Residents relocating to Scotland

Notaries Public play an important legal role in Scottish life where the legal validity of a document requires the swearing of an oath or certification as a true copy.

Legalisation:

We can arrange for your documents to be legalised.

For some legal documents to be effective outside the United Kingdom, they must be ‘legalised’. Legalisation is the official confirmation that the signature, seal and stamp of the notary is that of a genuine, practising UK notary public.

Stage one involves the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO): they verify the notary’s signature and attach an ‘Apostille’ to either your document or to the Notarial Cover Sheet prepared by the notary.

Stage two: some countries require a further verification process from their embassies or consulates. We can do all this for you, just ask.

If you document is not in English

We, at NotaryGlasgow, still may be able to notarise it for you.  It rather depends on your knowledge of the language concerned, and your full understanding on the contents of the document.  We do have a team of Russian, Polish and Ukrainian native speakers available to translate your documents.

What is required?:

Please bring your passport with you and proof of address (such as a utility bill dated within the last six months). This information will enable me to be satisfied of your identity and to attest that you have appeared before me and signed the document in front of me.

It is better to enquire when making an appointment so that I can ensure that the document can be dealt with at the due time.

I specialise in:

I am familiar with the (often lengthy) documentation required when …

  • Individuals go to work overseas
  • Notarising documents for doctors going to work in Australia
  • Nurses going to work in the Middle East
  • Teachers relocating to UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi being the most popular) or Qatar
  • Completing trade agreements with countries outside the scope of Hague
  • Convention for example company documents to do with trading with China
  • Individuals’ documents that need to be processed at the Indian High
  • Commission; obtaining Indian visas: Person of Indian Origin (PIO) or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)