Fast Melbourne Notary Available
John Pearce is a Notary Public available at short notice.
CBD, Box Hill South & OFFSITE
DFAT Apostille & Authentication Services
Instant Online Bookings Available
Please Call: (03) 8648 6541
Query or Instruction Requests:
Appointments (at) NotaryPublicMelbourne.com
Notary Public Services Available
My fees are based on the time it takes for the Notary Stamp and Signature to be applied. This is nearly always cheaper than per document fee structures. Please see the fee table below.
1 – 5 Minutes: $88
6 – 10 Minutes: $110
11 – 15 Minutes: $165
16 – 20 Minutes: $220
21 – 25 Minutes: $275
26 – 30 Minutes: $330
Please note that if this Office provides a fee estimate based on the information you provide, we reserve the right to charge according to the above fees for the time it actually takes to notarise your document(s).
What you need to bring:
100 points of ID as well as all documents needing to be notarised.
Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice may incur a fee. Please ensure that you arrive in a timely manner.
For all notarial services, appointments can be made on short notice including for After Hours and Weekends. A mobile service is also available in the Melbourne CBD.
City Office (Business Hours & Sunday)
Level 13, 200 Queen Street
Eastern Suburbs Office (After Hours & Weekends)
10 Frank Street,
Box Hill South.
If you are in need of notary services within the Melbourne CBD or the Eastern Suburbs, John can help.
Close to Melbourne Central or Flagstaff Train Stations, trams in Bourke Street and buses in Lonsdale Street. Appointments can also be instantly booked online for the CBD Office or the Eastern Suburbs Office (see above).
John Pearce Solicitor and Notary Public offers flexible, accessible and cost-effective solutions to all your notarial needs.
What is a Notary Public?
As a Notary Public, John Pearce is a person who is recognised by law as having the ability to verify the signing of a deed, certify that copies of documents are authentic, especially for overseas purposes, and witness documents which are for production in another country.
As a Notary, John Pearce holds a unique office of trust and fidelity within the legal system. He is recognised by law as being able to, amongst other things:
- verify the signing of documents and
- certify that copies of documents are authentic, particularly when such documents are for use overseas.
John Pearce, as a Notary Public, uses an official stamp and Notarial Seal which are placed on official documents. The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) retains a copy of his Notarial Seal and signature so that, where applicable for a particular country, DFAT can provide an Authentication or Apostille Certificate as to the authenticity of his signature.