Do you know what is needed for your notary public? A Notary Public in Thailand varies with those from other countries as you may require the services of a Notarial Service attorney. In Thailand, a Notary Public is an official appointed by the state government – their official job known as notarizations or notarial acts. Notaries are commissioned as ministerial officers; which means that they are all expected to abide with written rules without the need to exercise significant personal discretion – which would otherwise be the case with a judicial official. Always check if you are drafting a prenuptial agreement.

What is needed?What is needed?

A Notary Public is internationally recognized, and is usually an official allowed by the government to validate documents, signatures, title deeds and statements of persons under oath. Notarized documents are important in proving its authenticity. A person with a notarized document is considered to have valid proof when it comes to court proceedings.

When you are in Thailand and need to use your document in another country for business purposes, the entity that would be accepting your documents must make sure that the document and signature are authentic. This is where a Notary Public is needed – to certify the correctness of that document. What is needed?

Documents that needs to be certified:

  • Copy of Passport

The most basic document needed to support any application abroad. Most likely, you would need a Certified True Copy of your passport.

  • Proof of Address

When opening a bank account overseas or setting up businesses, the bank will require your address in Thailand for them to contact you. You are required to provide the document showing your name and address to the Notarial Officer in form of utility bill, credit card statement etc. The Notary will prepare a certification letter for your name and addresses attached with the provided documents and also translate it into English.

  • Embassy form

Forms that need to be submitted to the embassy sometimes need to be certified by a Notary Public. You can bring the forms and have it certified for you.

  • Signatures

Documents that need to be signed which goes through courier overseas for business purposes such as Power of Attorney or a Loan and Mortgage Agreement, most likely needs certification for the signature from a Notary Public. This is because they need to make sure that the signature is authentic.

  • Translations

Most original documents in Thailand are in Thai language, and a Notary officer is capable to translate and certify the correctness of the translation at the same time.

 

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