Public Notaries Appointment Rules – Rule 10 – Change of Details: Obligations of Public Notaries

It is important that all the details supplied to the Registrar by an appointed Notary Public be kept up to date. Accordingly, processes have been put in place to formalise the provision of notice in the event any details have changed since the Registrar was last notified. Under Rule 10 of the New South Wales’ Public Notaries Appointment Rules, a Public Notary “shall” (i.e. must) “notify the Registrar in Form 5 of any change of address, firm or other particulars within one month of such change.” The text and format of Form 5 is contained in a de facto first schedule to the Rules and can be reproduced when required.

Notarial services in Sydney (mobile in Milsons Point, McMahons Point, Kirribilli and surrounds) can be offered to meet an individual’s requirements, such as the witnessing of documents, the authentication of materials (whether written or not), the taking of declarations, as well as the preparation of other notarial certificates intended to be utilised by non-Australian authorities, non-government organisations (NGO) or other private institutions located outside Australia. If you are looking for a Public Notary in Sydney, we look forward to hearing from you.

The data in this article is based on reprint No. 1 (6/9/13) of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) as in force at 23/9/08. This brief article 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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