Notarial Services in Thailand

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What are Notarial Services?

Notarial services in Thailand are provided by Notarial Services Attorneys, who are lawyers authorized by the Lawyers Council of Thailand. These professionals undergo specific training and meet certain criteria to perform functions similar to those of a Notary Public in other countries. Common documents handled by Notarial Services Attorneys include international contracts, powers of attorney, certified copies of important personal documents, educational certificates, and business-related documents.

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Key things to consider

HLG Thailand offers comprehensive notarization services to meet various legal needs. Our General Notarization Services include the verification of signatures to ensure their authenticity, certification of identity to confirm the identities of individuals involved in agreements, and administering oaths and affirmations as required. Additionally, we provide Specialized Document Handling, including attestation and certification to verify the authenticity of various documents and witnessing document signing as official witnesses to important transactions. With our expertise and attention to detail, we ensure that all notarized documents comply with legal requirements and are upheld as valid and enforceable.

Additional Information:

  1. Notarial services in Thailand are essential for various legal and business transactions, ensuring the authenticity and reliability of documents. 
  2. Regulation and Authorization: Notarial services in Thailand are regulated by the Lawyers Council of Thailand. To become a Notarial Services Attorney, lawyers must complete specialized training and meet the council’s criteria.
  3. Notarization Process: The process involves verifying and authenticating documents to ensure their legality and validity. This often includes checking the identity of the signatories and the content of the documents.
  4. Additional Authentication: As Thailand is not a signatory to the Hague Convention on Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, notarized documents may require further authentication or legalization. This can involve additional steps at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand or at the relevant embassy.

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