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Get Legalized!! How to Notarize Documents in UAE?

The notarization process is typically simple. You present a document to a notary public and sign it in their presence. After that, the notary officially notarizes the document using an official stamp, writes in the date, and adds their own signature. Even if it sounds simple, the process is little bit tedious. If an ordinary man without having any idea about the process, tries to do notary, his application might be rejected.

Why is it important to have a document notarized?

To protect yourself from contractual disputes and fraud, it is important to notarize legal documents like wills, Power of Attorney and affidavits. In the UAE, you can easily notarize the documents through public and private notarizes. When a document is notarized, it is presumed, under the law, to accurately represent the truth of its contents. This presumption is generally unassailable unless there is a credible claim of forgery. So, as a brief, notary prevents fraud and provides more credibility to your documents.

What all types of document can be Notarized in UAE?

Contracts like:

  1. Memorandum of Association of LLC
  2. One-person company incorporation contract
  3. Contract of the establishment of a joint venture company
  4. A contract of selling shares and dissolving a civil business partnership
  5. A contract for appointing a local service agent
  6. Share sale contract
  7. Commercial sale contract
  8. Termination of the share sale contract
  9. Transfer of shares
  10. Share assignment contract and amendment addendum
  11. Memorandum of Association of a limited partnership company

These are some contracts which can be notarized and must be notarized in UAE.

Declarations like:

  1. Acknowledgment of signature approval
  2. Acknowledgment and undertaking by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization
  3. Declaration of assignment of an intellectual work
  4. Affidavit.
  5. Trademark waiver declaration
  6. Warranty declaration
  7. Acknowledgment of receipt of the amount

Power of Attorney like:

  1. Power of attorney for marriage
  2. Power of attorney for divorce
  3. Power of attorney and approval of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization
  4. Power of attorney for residence and foreign affairs.

Other documents like Minutes of Meeting, Warning, Bank Statements for migration purpose, Non-Muslim wills also requires Notary services.

How to notarize documents in the UAE?

You can get document notarized through public and private notaries in the UAE. Here, Fimkin Legal services provides you with all kinds of Notary services which is feasible and trustworthy. The benefit of notarizing with Fimkin is that, if the document require translation, our expert translators will take care of the translation and get the document notarized. All you have to do is that just prepare the documentation and handover to our legal department. We will take care of your work and get the documents notarized.

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