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Procedures for notarization in Dubai

Notarization of certified credentials is one of the primary requirements for validating any document in UAE. The procedures of notarization in Dubai is simple but can be challenging if it’s not processed as per law. So, it is very important to understand some important procedures regarding notarization in Dubai.

who can benefit from notarization?

Any foreign individual or company with establishment in Dubai looking to attest certain documents or contrast can beefier from notarization in Dubai.

Documents that required attestation

If there are any other documents apart from below mentioned documents, that require notarization you can address you inquired to our team of lawyers in Dubai.

Memorandum of association: this is most commonly used for setting up a business. It a legal document that specifics the basic structure of company. This document is notarized when a company wants to expand in another country and a due authorization is required by that country.

Power of attorney: a power of attorney basically serves as a written authorization for an individual to act on some one else behalf with regard to personal affairs and other things as mentioned in the power of attorney

Academic certificates: this kind of documents is most needed in companies when employs are asked to submit a proof of their educational achievements. notarizing it will prove that documents is true.

Documents required for notary process in Dubai

Before initiating the notarization process it is very important to check that correct documents have been obtained as this will vary depending on the application. There are some basic requirements for notarization process such as:

  • All documents (originals) to be notarized
  • All related fees
  • Original and copy of proof of identity must be presented for nationals and residents


Basic procedures for notarization in Dubai

Step 1 Submit the original and one copy of the document to a public or private notary.

Step 2 The notary will then review and stamp the documents submitted.

Step 3 enclose payment for notarization in any form (cheque or cash,)

Step 4 receiving the certified copy

As a part of our additional services we can also Forward originals and the stamped/notarized copies to the appropriate Government Departments, which will counter-stamp or verify that they are genuine government documents, and verify that the person who notarized them is a competent person


Cost involved in notarization

The cost concerning notarization may vary depending upon the type and number of documents required for attestation. You can address you inquire to our experts and determine the exact fees required for notarization

validity of notarized documents

The validity may vary depending upon the type of documents. Some documents have a lifelong validity or some have few years of validity. Each type of documents has different rules and regulation to determine the validity of notarization.

General conditions

  • Original documents should be presented for notarization
  • Documents which are required to support the notarization transaction originating from foreign countries should be attested by the relevant government authority of that country and attested by the relevant authorities in the UAE.
  • Documents to be notarized must not be in contravene any law or the public order, and must not fall under any other local jurisdiction.

Notarization services in Dubai

HHS lawyers and legal consultants in Dubai provides complete legal services including document notarization. You will be able to notarize and authenticate any documents by availing our services. Our attorney can help you with the following notary services in Dubai.

  • Notarize documents and contract
  • Authenticate the signatures and documents in Dubai
  • Affidavits and power of attorney and also wills on request
  • Conclude agreements including sale and purchase agreements for property in Dubai

For a complete list of legal services in Dubai as well as any other information about notary services you can contact us

Hazim Darwish

Hazim Darwish, is a Senior Partner of HHS Lawyers in UAE. Practicing law for almost a decade, he has in-depth knowledge on UAE legislation with particular expertise on legal drafting, contract drafting, labor disputes, family law, and regulatory compliance for business organizations. Hazim Darwish also provides counsel on legal rights and obligations in the UAE to clients, including individuals and businesses subject to investigation or prosecution under Criminal Law by major regulators.