A Notary Public is an official authorized
to perform notarial activities required by the legal provisions, or if the parties wish to do so (notarial actions/notarial services).
Notarial actions performed by a Notary Public in accordance with the existing law have the status of official documents.
In Cambodia Notary Public is known as an Officer who is licensed by the Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia to perform functions such as the authentication of signatures or documents, and the witnessing of affidavits or statements of persons under oath. Notarization of a document is important as the act of notarization itself creates a guarantee on the authenticity of the document, or to the act of the signatories to the instrument.
Notary service is often required in Cambodia especially by institutions such as Banks, Embassies, Schools or Private organizations, etc or even an individual person to verify the authenticity in both form and substance of documents being presented or submitted. This includes the verification of the actual and personal execution of the notary by a lawyer to the identified person. Examples of documents commonly notarized are bank statements, Loan contract, Securities documents, copy of land title deed, contracts, power of attorney, deeds of sales, academic documents, etc.
Why do documents need to be notarized? A notary public acts as an impartial third party witness to not only the signature of a document, but also that all parties who signed a document did so willingly and under their own free will.
Angkor Notary Public (“A.N.C.”) has been authorized by The Royal Government of The Kingdom of Cambodia as Notary Public for whole of Cambodia since March 10, 2016 under Sub-degree N0. 42 with registered address at Building 1F, St. 99, Sangkat Boeung Trabek, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.
If you are not sure which notarial action might be appropriate, you should contact the Angkor Public Notary Office in person, by phone or e-mail, so that a notarial appointment can be booked and the required documents can be collected. An initial free-of-charge interview with the Notary Public is recommended if the party is uncertain as to the type of a notarial action, the most advantageous way of protecting personal and family interests, as well as in case of any uncertainty.
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