Notaries

Welcome to Notaries

You may require the use of a notary public in order to certify or authorise a document that needs to be used outside the United Kingdom. In order for the country to be sure the document they are receiving is what it purports to be, that country’s authorities may require it to be notarised by a Notary Public. A Notary is an officer of the law who holds a public office granted by the Archbishop of Canterbury and is subject to regulation by the court of faculties. The duty and function of a Notary is therefore to prepare, attest, authenticate and certify deeds and other documents so that it can be used in another country.

Providing you with a professional, specialist and dedicated notarial service

Hatten Wyatt Notaries are based in Gravesend, Kent and provide a full range of professional Notary services to both private and corporate clients authenticating documents to be used world-wide. We are well placed to support you in all areas of Notarial practice.

Our latest news

Hatten Wyatt Announcement June 2017

We are delighted to announce that as of 1st July 2017, the Partners of Hatten Wyatt are incorporating the long standing practice of Stephens & Son Solicitors into the Firm...

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HATTEN WYATT ANNOUNCEMENT JUNE 2018

We are delighted to announce that as of 1st July 2017, the Partners of Hatten Wyatt are incorporating the long standing practice of Stephens & Son Solicitors into the Firm...

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Our customer testimonials

"I was extremely impressed by Hatten Wyatt Notaries - they took on a difficult case for me and pursued it with complete diligence that the result was far better than we had thought possible."

-Anonymous

"As with the majority of the population I had limited knowledge of the existence or role of a Notary Public until I was required to urgently authenticate some documents for a family member who was working overseas. I would like to thank Hatten Wyatt Notaries for carefully explaining each stage of the process and then seeing it through on our behalf to the satisfaction of all parties."

-Anonymous