Public Notaries Appointment Rules – Rule 5 – Process of Application

Under the provisions of Rule 5 of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) a candidate for appointment must supply certain materials to the Executive Officer of the Board for the Board’s assessment. These documents will be considered by the Board in relation to the suitability and eligibility of the candidate for appointment as Notary Public.

The documents are listed in Rule 4, and include evidentiary material that the candidate is indeed a legal practitioner and has been one on the Roll of practitioners for an uninterrupted period of at least five years, that the candidate holds a current practicing certificate and has recently completed a “Notarial Practice Course” as well as evidence of any professional experience that may assist the Board in making a determination in his favour.

Notarial services in Sydney (mobile in Milsons Point, McMahons Point, Kirribilli and surrounds) can be offered to meet an individual’s needs, including the witnessing of affidavits, the authentication of materials (whether written or not), the taking of declarations, as well as the preparation of other notarial certificates that are intended to be utilised by external state 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 information provided here is based on reprint No. 1 (6 September 2013) of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) as in force at 23 September 2008. This short article is provided for general knowledge purposes only and is not to be treated as formal legal advice. This short article is copyright to the writer.
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