* Seminar – Training workshops for the notary public: this takes place at:
HQS Wellington – Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PN
DATE: 5th September 2019
TIME: Starts at 9.30am – 16.30pm
- A review of the role and nature of notarial certificates and some drafting suggestions for unusual transactions.
- For notaries to be reminded of, and how to fulfil, their obligation to advise clients as to the possible need for legalisation; and whether the country concerned would normally require legalisation of the notary’s signature and seal.
Drafting Notarial Certificates for Unusual Documents,Download full content list here
- The Notarial Certificate
- Preparing the notarial certificate
- Example scenarios and some sample texts
Legalisation and Document Presentation
- The notary’s obligation
- The notary’s service options
- Why are some documents rejected for FCO legalisation?
- Academic certificates
- Preparing documents for consular legalisation, China, UAE
- Using legalisation agents
Detailed written notes are provided to take away
“Notaries Now: Reports, Rules, Regulations, Record Keeping and Being a Supervisor” three hours’ accreditation
For notaries to be refreshed and updated with the profession’s latest news, governing rules and regulations, practical record keeping strategies and to understand the role of being a notarial supervisor
- Matters arising from, and reflections on, the Master’s latest address to the Notaries Society annual conference
- An awareness recent new polices for example
- Whistleblowing Policy
- Notaries Assurance Policy (Risk Assessment and Supervision)
- A discussion of the proposed new “Notary Notaries Practice Rules 2019” and the proposed amendments to “The Supervision of Newly Qualified Notaries” and “Notaries (Conduct & Discipline) Rules 2015”
- A discussion of the proposed “NOTARIES (AUTHORISATION OF NOTARIAL PRACTICES) RULES” in relation to entity regulation
- Service transparency and a discussion of consumer surveys and obtaining client feedback
- A reminder of the Code of Practice
- Record keeping; a review of “Notaries Practice Rules 2014 (as amended July 2017)” PART III: Record and Inspections – paragraphs 23 to 25. With particular reference to the comments made in the latest Inspectors’ report.
- The ‘Master Client Register’
- Any appropriate updates in connection with GDPR and anti-money laundering guidance