Notary Public


     Many people wonder what a Notary Public is and what is its function, if there is a notary public in Thailand and how they find one.

     A Notary public is a public officer whose function it is to administer oaths, to attest and certify, by his hand and official seal, certain classes of documents, in order to give them credit and authenticity in a foreign jurisdiction.

     In Thailand, a person who is authorized by the Lawyers Council of Thailand to administer oaths and to attest to the authenticity of signatures is the lawyer licensed from the Lawyers Council of Thailand to practice law having passed the training course of Notary Public of the Lawyers Council of Thailand to certify and to attest the authenticity of the signatures.

     At present, the Lawyers Council of Thailand has passed the requirement governing the registration as an Attorney Qualified to Certify signatures and documents B.E. 2546 and opened training course for lawyers as well as the issuance of the license to the lawyers who passed such training course of Notary Public.

     If you are looking for a Notarial Services Attorney, we would like to introduce you to Suwat International Law & Notary Office, which has rendered this kind of services since B.E. 2546 (Since the promulgation of the Notary Public Law in Thailand ).

     Suwat International Law & Notary Office, under the supervision of Mr. Suwan Buacharern as an office manager and attorney, licensed to conduct a case all over the Kingdom from the Lawyers Council of Thailand, has passed the training course of the Notarial Services Attorney Qualified to Certified signatures and documents, and is licensed to Certified Signatures and documents Number 70/2546 as shown on the website. The lawyers who passed this training course shall be in the list of the Lawyer Council of Thailand, to which all embassies in Bangkok and the provinces have been notified for acceptance.

     The Notarization shall be in various forms according to the term of the Lawyers Council of Thailand as follows:

  1. Attestation to the Authenticity of signatures
  2. Certification of copies
  3. Certification of photo of person
  4. Administering oaths
  5. Testimony and oaths
  6. Attestation of fact
  7. Protest
  8. Documents and assets keeping
  9. Statement attached to documents
  10. Others attestation

     Therefore, no matter who you are, whether you are Thai or foreigner, if you want to attest the authenticity of signatures or documents in order to give them credit in a foreign jurisdiction, e.g. Thailand, you are able to do this by way of a Notarial services attorney of the Lawyers Council of Thailand.

     We assure you that our services fees are reasonable, subject to the importance of the documents. We also have the special rates for students planning further education abroad.

     To date, clients from all over the world come to use the services of Suwat International Law & Notary Office.



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