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Saturday 5 September 2009 5.54pm
I'm looking for recommendations for a notary public around London Bridge. We have a really good one but her opening hours don't suit our schedule. :-( (We're looking for early start time - around 8 or 8.30)

Our requirement is pretty simple - just notarise a couple of copies of documents. But the notary's commission needs at least 6 months of validity on it.

Thanks!
Chris
Sunday 6 September 2009 7.48pm
Not sure if this helps, but I used these 3 years ago and were very good. They might accommodate your timings. http://www.cheeswrights.co.uk
Monday 7 September 2009 12.26pm
How about Anthony Gold on Tooley Street. They do notary services - http://www.anthonygold.co.uk
Monday 7 September 2009 12.52pm
elw17 wrote:
How about Anthony Gold on Tooley Street. They do notary services - http://www.anthonygold.co.uk

"They" or "we"?

No problem with you replying to say that your firm offers this service, but please don't mislead people about your connection.

Not only do our rules make this clear, but you should also familiarise yourself with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations.

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Monday 7 September 2009 1.54pm
SJS22 - thanks for the valuable tip. A bit off my trip into work otherwise I'd give them a ring :-)

ELW17 - if in fact you are connected with this firm, please be very clear that I will not use them (you). The office is very convenient to me, however the apparently deliberate misleading - rightly or wrongly - leaves a bad perception of how business may be practiced and thus I'd steer very much clear of them (you).

Thanks for the heads' up James.

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