Philip Wallace - Notary Public.

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1. Your passport - to prove your identity. If your passport bears your maiden name, bring your marriage certificate as well. If you have no passport, other acceptable means of identity include a full driving licence photocard (we don't need the paper part), credit or debit card, or some other official document bearing a full name and signature. Birth certificates, marriage certificates, cheque books, National Insurance Cards, pension books or other documents bearing no name or signature are not acceptable (although they may supplement some other identification bearing full name and signature).

2.   Your proof of address. This means a recent household bill or bank statement showing your name and address. It should be less than 3 months old and sent to you in the post.

A driving licence is proof of address only if issued within the last three months.

3.  The documents you need to sign. This should have your name as it appears on your passport. Otherwise, any discrepancy should be explained in the document.

Documents may have to be bound up for security and to prevent fraud.

4.  Yourself. Notarisation means that Mr Wallace witnesses your signature. You must attend and sign in front of the Notary.

5.   A translator / interpreter if the person signing does not read or speak English well enough to speak to the Notary and satisfy him that they understand the nature and effect of the documents. Family members can interpret if they are not involved in the documents. Otherwise, interpreters should be independent.


Philip Wallace, Notary Public, at Anthony Gold (solicitors). Phil works from two offices.

Streatham office - Tuesdays & Thursdays  What clients say about Phil. London Bridge office - Wednesdays

The Beehive Coffee Tavern
496 Streatham High Road,
London, SW16 3QB

By Sainsbury's supermarket.
Opposite Londis petrol station.
Next to the Bull pub.


2nd Floor (Anthony Gold solicitors) The Counting House
53 Tooley Street,
London, SE1 2QN

In the Hays Galleria building.
150m from side (Tooley St) exit from London Bridge station.
Entrance opposite Charles Tyrwhitt

 Next to Sainsbury's supermarket   Beside London Bridge Station

Ring Mr Wallace direct on 07712 677475 for information or to make an appointment.






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