Notary Public Cayman

122 Cannon Place

George Town

8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Monday to Friday Weekends on Request

Tips & Advices

Why not to use a free notary?

Why not to use a free notary?
There a legal liability for a Notary to take every detail of a document into consideration. There are certain norms that need to be followed and achieved for one to become an official Notary. Beware! Of anyone who notarizes the […]
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Cheap notarization sources in the Cayman Islands

Cheap notarization sources in the Cayman Islands
Before purchasing notary service from any notary, make sure to ask for the prices/rates. Many public notary in the Cayman Islands offers discounts and promotions for their services on a certain amount of documents to be notarized. Another thing to […]
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5 things to remember before going for notarization

5 things to remember before going for notarization
There are a few things that one needs to keep in mind with regard to documents before going for notarization: He/she must carry valid and photo identification proof along. The documents won’t be notarized unless otherwise. Do not sign the […]
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5 things to consider when choosing notary public around you

5 things to consider when choosing notary public around you
There are a list if things that one needs to keep in mind while choosing a notary public around: Location – Find out where the public notary is located before agreeing to purchase their notarial services. Specialization/Qualification – Check the […]
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How to get notary after business hours?

How to get notary after business hours?
There are public notary available after business hours but may charge convenience charge. They are also mobile in case of emergency or if you need documents notarized urgently. A regular portable public accountant may charge a comfort expense of $40-$150 […]
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What is needed to notarize documents?

What is needed to notarize documents?
The notary will ask for identification to verify that you really are who you say you are. You’ll need official identification with a photograph—a driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued ID will typically do the trick, although requirements vary from […]
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