Doyle & Company offers comprehensive Notary Services to meet your legal documentation needs. We provide efficient and reliable notary services with two experienced notaries, Finnian Doyle and Caolán Doyle, operating from our convenient locations at 123 Cabra Road, Dublin 7, and Main Street, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
Our Notary Services encompass a wide range of requirements. We can assist with attesting signatures on various documents for court or commercial use abroad, witnessing the power of attorneys for property transactions overseas, certifying copy documents for international use, attesting copy foreign documents, and arranging for documents to obtain an Apostille from the Department of Justice.
As Notary Public officers appointed by the Chief Justice of Ireland, our role is to authorise documents for use outside of the country. When you engage our Notary Services, we will open a file, conduct Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks on your transaction, and assess your status as a politically exposed person.
The Notary will then perform a Notarial Act, which may involve certifying the execution of a deed, contract, or other document or attesting that a copy document is an original or authentic copy of the original. We will also maintain a record of your transaction to comply with AML, Know Your Customer (KYC), and politically exposed person (PEP) checks.
Trust Doyle & Company to provide professional and thorough assistance when you require Notary Services. We prioritise accuracy, efficiency, and adherence to legal requirements to ensure your documents are correctly authorised for international use. Contact us today to benefit from our notary services and legal documentation expertise.
We provide a large variety of Notary Services.
We have two notaries (Finnian Doyle & Caolán Doyle) operating from our two premises: 123 Cabra Road, Dublin 7 and Main Street, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
Our Notary Services include:
- Attesting Signatures in various documents for Court or commercial use abroad
- Witness Power of Attorney for sale, purchase, or mortgage of property abroad
- Certifying copy documents for use abroad
- Attesting copy foreign documents
- Arranging for documents to obtain an Apostille from the Department of Justice
What does a Notary do:
A Notary has a variety of different responsibilities, such as:
- A Notary Public is an officer of the Law appointed by the Chief Justice of Ireland who will authorise documents for use outside of the state (Ireland).
- A Notary must open a file, carry out AML checks on your transaction and access you for a politically exposed person.
- The Notary will perform a Notarial Act, which will usually mean one of the following:
i) Certifying the execution of a Deed, Contract, or other document
ii) Attesting to the copy document that it is an original or genuine copy of the original
- The Notary will be required to keep a record of your transaction to comply with AML, KYC and PEP checks.
What a Notary will not do:
- A Notary will not provide legal, financial or other advice about the document or the underlined transaction.
- Although we share an office with Solicitors, we do not provide solicitors services or legal advice.
- You must be fully aware of the consequences of signing any form or sending notified copies of documents.
- You should obtain legal or financial advice from your advisors about the document..
What do I need when attending a Notary Public:
There are two main things that you need when attending a Notary Public:
- Identification - in-date passport or driving licence.
- Proof of address - dated in the last six months.
-These need to be original documents, and no photocopy will suffice.
What will a Notary cost:
Notary Fees are calculated based on the Notarial Act on the particular document. The Notary will give you an outline of the costs when you attend before him.
Costs of certifying a document:
- AML Checks €20 per person (new clients and every three months returning clients)
- Notarising a copy document €45.00 per page
- Notarising a document under deal €50.00
- Notarial acts on Deed/Headed Paper €120.00
- Foreign Power of Attorney €250.00
- Drafting Affidavits for Notarising Quoted on a per-request basis.
- Adoption Packs €200 to €300
- Apostille €40.00 -where the document needs to be Apostilled (authenticated) by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Please note that the DFA also charges €40.00 per document for an apostille.
Additional fees will apply if I am required to enter into correspondence or consult with any other party involved in the transaction.
Notary Service FAQ’s
Where is our Notary office based?
At Doyle & Company, we have two main Notary office locations:
Blanchardstown Law Centre, Main Street, Blanchardstown, Dublin D15 YC6H
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123 Cabra Road, Dublin D07 CY91
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How can you pay for Notary services?
We do not have a card payment machine, but payments can be made in cash or by Revolut.