U.K. Professional Clients
U.K. Private Customers
Certifying your documents in the UK is an important step for those setting up a private company. You need to ensure these documents are certified, valid and authentic if they are to be used overseas. With Coddan, you can quickly and swiftly verify your corporate documents at a cost-effective legislation rate. We will undertake this process using a UK-based notary public or solicitor, so it’s important that this process is done properly.
The types of documents that can be verified by a notary public can be those from government bodies, certificates of registration, certificates of good standing and various others. In addition, corporate documents that have been issued by us or signed by nominee members can also be verified by a notary public. These may include company arrangements, minutes of meetings, general power of attorney or certificates of incumbency.
With our expertise on handling all aspects of company formation, we will ensure that your document verification is done right. Document verification is extremely important to companies, and we will ensure that our service is carried out to the highest standard and take away the hassle from you so you can focus on operating your business.
It's also crucial for businesses to have verified documents when taking on a domestic or overseas third-party trading partner, and more often than not this is something that is needed urgently. The last thing you need in this situation is to be wasting time trying to find a notary public to undertake this certification when you need to get the partnership up and running.
Perhaps the most important certificate you need for entering an agreement with a third party is a certificate of good standing. This is issued by Companies House and provides confirmation that the relevant limited company has met all its legal requirements. Having this certified by a notary public is important for entering partnership with a third party because it provides solid proof that your company is bona fide and met all legal requirements.