LLP documents certified by a notary public or solicitor: for documents that are both issued and are to be used entirely within the UK, all that is needed to ensure that they are of good legal standing is for them to be certified by a solicitor. However, if a document issued in the UK is to be used abroad then the document will need to be certified by a notary public and then apostilled.
Apostilles are issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and are intended to show to representatives of any state that is a signatory to the 1961 Hague Convention that the notary public is competent to attest to the document's authenticity. If the document is to be used in a state that is not a signatory to the Hague Convention then it will need to be sent to their embassy for legalisation after being apostilled.
Coddan Ltd provides a full range of services to have documents authenticated including certification by a solicitor, a notary public and consular legalisation. When setting up a new LLP we can have all of the relevant documents notarised and apostilled for use abroad.
In the case, if you are looking to establish an LLP in UK, and get your limited liability partnership documents certified by a notary public in London, or verify them by a solicitor, or you need to have your LLP documents legalised by an Apostille, or need verification of your documents by a foreign embassy or consulate, you need to visit one of our pages about UK LLP formation, and choose one of our LLP registration packages for non-UK customers. By completing the incorporation form, you will have an option to order documents certification with LLP formation together.