Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) – FORM 6 – Annual Confirmation of Particulars

Every year, the Registrar of Public Notaries will send a letter enclosing or in the form of a Form 6, in which the particulars of the Notary Public will be disclosed. The Form 6 states that the notary Public is:

required to notify the Board as to whether the particulars are correct or should be amended by returning this form to the Board no later than [date] at the address set out below together with the prescribed fee.

The date, address and the proscribed fee will be included in the Form 6, and all the Notary will be required to do is execute the form – making whatever changes are necessary – and return it to the Registrar within the specified time. It is important to note the caveat at the end of the Form, which states that:

[F]ailure to return this form duly completed to Registrar may result in the Registrar giving notice of intention to move the Court for an order that your name be removed from the roll of Notaries.

Notarial services in Sydney (mobile in Mosman, Neutral Bay, Cremorne and surrounds) can be provided to meet a business’ requirements, such as the witnessing of documents, the authentication of written materials or objects, the taking of declarations, as well as the drafting of other notarial acts intended to be utilised by foreign government authorities, non-government organisations (NGO) or other private institutions located outside the Commonwealth. If you are looking for a Public Notary in Sydney, we look forward to hearing from you.

The information in this post is based on reprint No. 1 (6 September 2013) of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) as in force at 23 September 2008. This brief post is provided for generalist knowledge purposes only and is not to be treated as legal advice. This short article is copyright to the writer.
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