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A notary public is a legal officer whose principal function is to authenticate documents, prepared by him or others, so that they can be absolutely relied upon by the public or judicial authorities, and the interested parties, in the country and place where they are to be used.
A notary must ensure that the contract, power of attorney, declaration or other document that he draws up, verifies the proper execution of, and/or certifies, exactly reflects the true intention of the parties, and that the parties are genuine, that the parties have the necessary authority and capacity to enter into the transaction, and that the parties do so otherwise than as a result of duress or fraud.
A notary does not have a duty to advise his client in relation to the proposed transaction. But a notary does have a duty to ensure that the transaction is entirely authentic and that any documents that he signs and seals (notarises) can be absolutely relied upon.
Therefore a notary must be satisfied that his client understands the full implications of the document to be notarised and, where necessary, that they have been advised by a lawyer competent in the relevant law.
Notary services are regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury.