Notary in Surrey
Basil Preuveneers founded Notary.co.uk (now one of London’s busiest notary service providers) many years ago. He now works mostly from home on a semi-retired basis. Nevertheless, he still visits corporate clients in the Epsom, Banstead and Leatherhead areas and he see individuals at his home near Tadworth.
Basil liaises with his head office, conveniently situated near Victoria main line and underground stations, to arrange a fast legalisation turnaround serve if required.
Notary services ‘out of hours’
Basil offers a very flexible system of appointments; weekends and evening to suit meeting to you are please make contact by email to check availability.
Short notice meetings
Although it is always best to make an appointment, it is understood that notarial work tends to be urgent therefore appointments may be made at very short notice – subject to availability.
Please have your passport with you and proof of address (such as a utility bill dated within the last six months).Charges and estimates
The minimum fee is £80.00 plus VAT. Addition fees would be any agreed-in-advance disbursements; for example, fees to The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (for the Apostille), Embassies or Translators. Such fees will always be agreed in advance.
“I will tell you the fees in advance; however, there will be times when I am unable to say exactly how much the cost will be or the time needed to complete the transaction. Often it is helpful for documents to be submitted in advance by email.”How to pay
Payment may be made by cash, cheque, bank transfer, online or invoiced by prior arrangement.Documents in a foreign language?
“If the document is not in English, in some circumstances, I still may be able to certify it as long as I am satisfied that you fully understand the nature of the legally binding document about to be notarised. Some foreign language documents do have to be translated; I can arrange this for you.”
How to travel to Basil Preuveneers Notary Public Surrey:
The Glade, Kingswood, Surrey, KT20
The village of Kingswood in the Tadworth postal district is three miles north of junction 8 of the M25 motorway. It is south of Sutton on the London to Brighton A217 road; easily accessible from Epsom, Ashtead, Reigate and Croydon.
From the large Kingswood roundabout take the B2032 towards Coulsdon. Turn left at the aTa junction with the Kingswood Arms public house facing you. Go over the railway bridge and take the first turning left into Forest Drive. The Glade is the first turning on the right. Telephone for more details instructions.
There is an excellent Southern Rail train service from London Bridge, Victoria and Clapham Junction A all via East Croydon. Takethe train to Tattenham Corner. Telephone for onward instructions.