At Singh Tutt Notary Public we have extensive experience and expertise in drafting and notarising Statutory Declarations for India. We can tailor a required Statutory Declaration to the specific needs of a client or to Indian Government/High Commission/Consulate requirements.
We shall endeavour to deal with your matter as efficiently as possible and we are more than aware that you will often be under time constraints and may need to get your papers notarised as a matter of urgency.
As a guide, we have listed below the most common scenarios for your ready information. This list is not exhaustive, as mentioned, a Statutory Declaration can be tailored to meet your requirements.
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It may be the case that........
You require a Statutory Declaration in support of an Indian passport application
You require a Statutory Declaration in support of a matrimonial matter
You require a Statutory Declaration in support of your land, property, pension, financial affairs, banking, inheritance, assets or movable or immovable assets in India
You require a Statutory Declaration in support of a legal matter in India
We can also notarise a Statutory Declaration already made, however, we must make sure sure that the document is fit for purpose and notarisation. In our experience, we find that common amendments are making sure details such as names, addresses, descriptions, layout, grammar and formatting are correct. You can also email your prepared Statutory Declaration for us to view at email@example.com.
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You must contact us and arrange an appointment so that we can attend upon you and take your instructions in person. We cannot take instructions through a third party.
If your have mobility or health issues, we can visit you to attend upon you, take instructions and if required to draft and notarise a Statutory Declaration. We can visit your home, at hospitals, care home or wherever you require us to attend
Each person appearing before the notary public to sign any document shall need the following forms of identification and items:
A valid passport
(In the event that you do not hold a valid passport, the notary public shall advise you accordingly)
One proof of postal address which is no more than three months old. You can use either of the following:
A utility bill
A bank statement
A letter received in the post from either a Doctor, Hospital or any other person or organisation.