A Notary Public is a type of lawyer, similar to, but not the same as, a solicitor, barrister or commissioner for oaths.
Each Notary Public is appointed by the Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Ireland.
The offices of Thomas Barry Dublin Notary Public at 11 St Stephens Green is close to the Department of Foreign Affairs, Consular Section, and very convenient for obtaining an apostille.
Out of hours and out of office appointments can be arranged.
We also offer a short notice call out service
- Foreign Property or Commercial Transactions (e.g. granting a Power of Attorney, executing a deed or completing transfer documents).
- Certifying and Authenticating documents (e.g. educational, professional and vocational qualifications or police certificates)
- Swearing Affidavits
- Making Declarations and Affirmations
- Company documents
- Adoption papers
- Consents to Travel
- Certificates of identity
- Arranging to apostille documents with the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Notaries also receive and make “Protests” under Mercantile Law and take Ships “Protests”.
- Make an Appointment by contacting Orla at 01 6773434 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete the Document(s) by filling in all gaps to the best of your ability before you call.
- Email the document or documents you want notarised (ideally in Microsoft Word format). This speeds the process.
- Bring Proof of Identity & Address, usually passport or driver’s licence and a utility bill (dated within last 3 months). Different considerations apply for Companies.
Since 1991, we have expanded and developed our practice areas. Using this experience and expertise we provide a tailored and effective service to help you reach a successful conclusion.