Notaries are regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury under the direction of the Master of the Faculties. Though a Notary Public in England and Wales is appointed for life, Notaries are required to apply for and renew their Practicing Certificates annually. Our Practicing details are available on the Faculty Office’s website. K.S.Sreekumar, The Notary Public is also a member of the Notaries Society.
While we will maintain standards of service that will leave you no cause for concern. Please note that should any circumstance warrant a complaint we operate a written complaints policy.
If you have a complaint about any aspect of our service please contact Mr. K.S Sreekumar in writing, preferably by email as soon as is possible. If we are unable to resolve your complaint within seven days of receipt of the same we will forward the complaint to the Notaries Society.
The Notary Society has a complaints policy which is approved by the Regulatory Body for Notaries, the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury. You can complain directly to the Notaries society and their contact details are
The Secretary: Christopher J Vaughan Old Church Chambers 23 Sandhill Road St. James Northampton NN5 5LH Email: email@example.com The Administration Department PO Box 1023 Ipswich IP1 9XB Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are still not satisfied, you can also complain to the Legal Services Ombudsman on the following numbers or email. You can also contact the Legal Services Ombudsman directly.
UK Phone: 0300 555 0333 If you are calling from Overseas, Please Call: +44 121 245 3050. NGT Lite Users: 18001 0300 555 0333 Minicom Text Phone User: 18002 0300 555 0333
You can also email them at email@example.com
Further details can be found at www.legalombudsman.org.uk
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The Notary will witness your signature and affix his seal of office at his sole discretion. you should read and understood all the documents that you sign and by signing them you intend to give them legal effect. You also confirm that the contents of the documents are true and authentic and are not part of any illegal act or plan against the laws of any country in the world. If the notary prepares any documents, he will solely rely on the information that you give him. you are responsible for all errors and omissions in that information. The notary is acting as a witness only and is not party to any transaction. He does not accept any legal obligation arising out of the notarisation or legalisation of any of the documents and liability for any delays omissions errors loss costs claims or damages. You will indemnify the notary against all claims, losses, costs and expenses connected with this matter unless they arise from his personal fault. You will be advised about Legalisation and FCO Attestation. The fees charged will also be informed to you prior to the notary starting work on you instructions.